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Administration 



Faculty 

Mirror Staffs 

Senior Section 
Senior Pictures 
Class Day 
Class History 
Class Prophecy 
Class Will 
Class Poem 
Superlatives 
Graduation 
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Colleges 

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Dedication 



A Waltham native, Mr. Belliveau received his A.B. degree from Assumption 
College and later received his A.M. degree from Boston College, where he was 
chairman of foreign language seminars. Mr. Belliveau started his teaching career 
at Boston English and Boston Latin High Schools. In 1935 he began teaching Latin 
and English at Waltham High, where he has been faculty advisor for the golf team, 
French Club, Talent Show, Senior Play, Dramatics Club, and National Honor Society. 

To you, Mr. Belliveau, we, the Class of 1965, dedicate our yearbook in grateful 
appreciation of your tireless efforts as our Housemaster, advisor, and friend. 





ASSUMPTION COLLEGE 



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ADMINIS 



Superintendent 




Assistant 
Superintendent 



MR. VERNER ROBINSON 



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Assistant 
Principal 




MR. EDWARD D. MAY JR. 



MR. WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER 



Vocational 
Director 





MR. LLOYD F. VAN ARSDALE 



Mathematics 





First Row: Mr. Foley, Mr. Distel, Mrs. Lamb, Mr. Curry, Mr. Vallely. Second Row: 
Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Meader, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Bruce, Mr. Lutsk. 



MISS HOGAN 
Department Head 



Science 



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MR. EAMES 
Department Head 



First Row: Miss Sprogis, Miss Zilles, Dr. Kubin, Miss Moser, Miss Bousquet. Second 
Row: Mr. Avery, Mr. Amrhein, Mr. Wiellette, Mr. Hanneford, Mr. Casey, Mr. 
Winchell, Mr. McKnight. 



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English 





MR. HOOD 

Department Head 



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F/Vj7 i?o«'.- Miss Devane, Mrs. Lohmann, Miss Tabor, Mrs. Reck, Miss Daily, Miss 
/Beaulne, Miss Thornton. Second Row: Mr. Pippin, Mrs. Shirley, Mrs. Bowman, Miss 
letter-Mrs. Willett, Mr. Judge, Mr. Boyd. 



Language 






MISS BETTS 
Department Head 



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Social Studies 







MISS McCULLOUGH 
Department Head 



First Row: Miss Mathewson, Mrs. Higgins, Miss Darmedy, Mrs. Carney, Miss Needham, 
Mrs. Kellerman, Mrs. Counts. Second Row: Mr. Gilliam, Mr. Richman, Mr. Sullivan, 
Mr. Neylon, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Blossom. 



Commercial 



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First Row: Mrs. K. Murphy, Miss Mooney, Mrs. Marr, Miss MacQuarrie, Mrs. Morris, 
Mrs. S. Murphy, Miss Tahaney. Second Row: Mr. Flight, Mr. Hall, Mr. Collins, Mrs. Dorin. 
Miss Grover, Mr. Tyner, Mr. Opie. 




MISS BALCH 

Department Head 



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Guidance 




First Row: Miss Giacalone, Miss Grace, Miss Cunningham, Miss Nolan. Second Row: 
Mr. Mrugala, Mr. Elliott. 



MR. CHAPMAN 

Department Head 




MISS CHILDS 
Department Head 



Physical Education 




Miss Helen E. Castros and Miss Carolyn E. Gravelin 



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Special Departments 



Mr. Klein, Art; Mr. Perkins, Data Processing. 




Main Office 
Secretary 



Mrs. Hughes 




Home Economics 



Miss Babb, Miss Bliss, Mrs. McKinney, Miss 
Madden, Department Head. 



Librarians 



Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Wiley, Mrs. Flynn. 




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Vocational 




First Row: Mr. Kapamagian, Mr. McClosky, Mr. Lando, Mr. VanArsdale, Director, Mr. Kenney, Mr. Procop, Mr. Daniels. Second 
Row: Mr. Lehane, Mr. St. Martin, Mr. Scimemi, Mr. Harding, Mr. Back, Mr. Hendry, Mr. Hynes, Mr. Ray, Mr. Stanley. Third Row: 
Mr. Goodwin, Mr. Russell, Mr. Damian, Mr. Viscarello, Mr. Hertigan, Mr. Lambert. 



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Mirror 

Staff 

1965 



Co-Editors 




BRIAN MADDEN 



TERESA OLIVO 



Staff Editors 




Irene Restieri Literary Editor 

George Swift Sports Editor 

Barbara Vigue Clerical Editor 

Linda Shaw Business Editor 

Judy Zaccagnini Subscription Editor 

Peter Martocchio Art Editor 



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Literary 
Staff 





Douglas Sullivan 
Sharon Haskell 
George Swift 




First Row: Diane Hargreaves, Debby Rose, Bonnie Brown, Kathy Quinn, Mary 
Lea Mabie. Second Row: Eddy May, Wendy Slater, Jo Klarmann, Barbara 
Furne, Betty Scheinfeldt, Petter Steen. 



Sports Staff 




Clerical 
Staff 





First Row: Rosarie Vasile, Pat McConnel, Joyce O'Donnell, Carole Schaufus, 
Lois Christie. Second Row: Betty Sangeleer, Janice McLaughlin, Claire Cusano, 
Maureen Williams, Debby Auld. |g 




First Row: Diane Hargreaves, Donna Totagrande, Susan VanderWyk, Maureen 
Mitchell, Pat Cooke, Betty Scheinfeldt. Second Row: Roberta Hawkins, Bonnie 
Brown, Donna Pierce, Barbara Peterson, Barbara Fume. Third Row: Wendy 
Slater, Sarina Cannistraro, Pauline Beaver, Mary Lea Mabee, Kathy Quinn, Jo 
Klarmann. Fourth Row: Joe Desisto, James Mac Donnell, Irene Restieri, David 
Burke, Donald Clarke, Andy Crane. 



Subscription Staff 





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June O'Leary 
Leslie Cybulski 
Peter Martocchio 
Sandra Keyes 
Francis Dear)' 



Business 
Staff 





David Burke 
Judy Zaccagnini 
Susan Hines 



Art 
Staff 




MR. BELLIVEAU 

Housemaster 

MRS. DeWOLF 

Secretary 




In Memoriam 




Stanley Zwirbla 



And now let us remember our own departed brethren — our late classmate, Stanley 
Zwirbla, our departed brothers, sisters, friends, parents — perhaps the largest number of 
the latter in the history of Waltham High School — our departed teachers and benefactors. 
We know that the life of these who have been faithful to the Lord, is but changed not 
ended; and that when their earthly dwelling place decayed an everlasting mansion stood 
prepared for them in heaven. 

Let St. Michael, the standard bearer, bring them all into that holy light which thou of 
old promised to Abraham and his posterity. Lord, in praise of thee we offer prayer. 
Accept it for the good of these souls whom we call to mind this day. 
Lord whom they looked at shrouded here below 
Send them what they thirsted for so — 
To gaze on thee face to face in holy light 
And be blest forever with thy glory's sight. 
Lord grant them eternal rest and let perpetual light shine upon them. 
May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God 
rest in peace. Amen. 



JEANNE ABRAMO 
38 Barnes Street 
Distributive Education 

"So what's new?" says "Jeannie" 
to friends, Pat, Mary, and Bernie, 
while cooking lobster and clams. 
Her eyes light up at the mention 
of English class and participating 
in the D.E. program at W.H.S. 
Her spare time is spent listening to 
music and dancing. Our best al- 
ways! 

Actvities: DECA 4; Student Council 
3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




ELAINE ADRIAN 
78 Kingston Road 
College II 

Just mention the word steak, 
and "Tiger" will roar for her 
share, ask Carol, June, and Robbie. 
This senior loves cooking and sew- 
ing as well as the 2:30 bell. She 
plans to attend college and become 
a medical lab technician. Good 
luck, "Tiger" ! 
Activtiies: Pep Squad 2. 



HELEN AGRILLO 
1690 Trapelo Road 
Business 

"Be real," advises this alumna 
of Lexington Street Junior High 
to friends, Kathie, Judy, and Ruth- 
ie. Included among favorite pas- 
times are skiing, sewing, and read- 
ing. Helen finds W.H.S. too 
crowded, and she sighs over the 
problem of too much homework. 
A nursing career ranks as Helen's 
future goal. Best of luck, Helen! 

Activities: Chemistry Club 4; Pep Squad 
3; Clinic Staff 3, 4. 







DAVID AHLMAN 
19 Irving Street 
College II 

Brown-haired "Dave" enjoys 
scuba diving and cars . . . loves 
eating Igbster with best friends, 
Moo and Pete . . . plans to sail 
the ocean blue and see the world 
when he joins the Navy. Good 
luck and happy sailing, "Dave." 



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RICHARD ALA 
58 Madison Road 
College II 

"Is that right?" asks "Ricky" 
when completing an experiment in 
Chemistry lab — he's always experi- 
jjrienting on something. Biology is 
*" his favorite subject, ask Brad, Chip, 
or Doub. "Ricky" can usually be 
found eating subs, skiing, horse 
back riding, fishing, or girl watch- 
ing. Future plans include a col- 
lege education. 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 




WAYNE ALDEN 
70 Fir Avenue 
Business 

Wayne likes his English class 
and his teachers best at W.H.S. , 
but dislikes lunch periods. Steak 
and golf also rate highly with this 
cheerful lad, as Tom, Ron, or 
Fred could tell us. Best of luck 
in the future, Wayne. 
Activities: Basketball 2, 3; Golf 3. 



PAUL AGRILLO 
1756 Trapelo Road 
College I 

When Jack, Burkey, or Robert 
looks his way, Paul replies "Hel- 
lo." His brown eyes really sparkle 
at the thought of pizza and sports. 
This handsome, brown-haired boy 
who came to us from Lexington 
Street Junior looks forward to col- 
lege next year. Good luck, Paul, 
and keep that smile! 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Crimson Key 4. 




PAUL ALLEN 
534 Pleasant Street 
Vocational 

Blue-eyed Paul attended West 
Junior High School in Watertown 
before attending W.H.S. This sen- 
ior lives for cars and subs, just 
ask friends, Calf, Spike, or John! 
In his spare time, Paul enjoys read- 
ing. Good luck in the future, Paul! 



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CHARLES ALLIA 

232 Lake Street 
Business 

Just mention the word chicken 
and "Chuck" will be around. De- 
mocracy classes rate high on this 
senior's list of favorites, and, when 
the 2:30 bell rings, he is usually 
the first one out the door. Good 
luck in the future, "Chuck." 





JUDITH ANDREWS 
23 Townsend Street 
Business 

"Judi" comes to us from Arn- 
old Junior High School in Wies- 
baden, Germany. Her favorite sub- 
ject at W.H.S. is typing, along 
with homeroom period with Mr. 
Collins and friends, Paula and 
Jane. Best of luck with your career 
as a secretary, "Judi !" 



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WILLIAM ALPER 

59 Cabot Street 
Honors 

Ask "Bill" what he liked most 
about W.H.S. , and he will prob- 
ably reply that his trip to Ger- 
many as an exchange student was 
"the .greatest thing going." Back 
home, "Bill" enjoyed having The 
Gang, Franz, and especially Sam 
at his house. After graduation, 
"Billy" plans on college, perhaps 
Harvard. Why Harvard? Well as 
"Bill" would quip, "Ubi dubi, ex 
flagellat um!" 

Activities: Exchange Student 4; De- 
bating 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 
4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Musical Di- 
rector 4; Senior Play 4. 




RICHARD ANTONELLIS 
5 Fairfax Road 
College II 

"Yes, we know!" is "Richie's" 
favorite remark to his best pals, 
Tony and Steve. Brown-haired, 
brown-eyed "Richie" enjoys English 
class the most at W.H.S. He hopes 
to attend college after graduation. 
Best of luck in the future, "Rich"! 



LAWRENCE ALTRICH 

16 Princeton Avenue 
Business 

Ask "Larry" if Mr. 'Gilliam's 
Economics class is tops at W.H.S., 
and he'll answer, "You better 
believe it." Friends, Rob, Jimmy, 
and Bob, agree that he enjoys any 
kind of Italian food. According to 
him, democracy at W.H.S. is the 
greatest and the lack of parking 
spaces for students is the worst. 
Future plans look toward a busi- 
ness college. Best of luck, "Larry". 
Activities: I.B.M. 3, 4. 




ANNE ARGIRO 
1317 Trapelo Road 
College I 

"Whaa-t?" says "Lou, 

and friends, Donna and 

stroll to chemistry class. 

and playing pool are high 

list of interests. "Lou" has fond 

remembrances of English with Miss 

Tabor. Business school and, then, 

a vocation as a legal secretary are 

on her agenda. 

Activities: Mr. Morang's Office Staff 
4; Pep Squad 2. 



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RICHARD ANDERSON 
251 Bacon Street 
College II 

Smiling "Rick" is often seen 
strolling through the corridors with 
Vinny, Warren, and Mel. This 
blond football player enjoys math 
and studies in the cafeteria most 
about W.H.S. but dislikes the 
homework on the weekends. A col- 
lege career lies ahead for "Rick." 
Good luck always!... 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 
3, 4; Track Team 3. 




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LINDA ARSENAULT 
59 Piedmont Avenue 
Business 

"Holy Moses!" exclaims Linda 
as she enters her favorite class, 
English with Mr. Prohovich. This 
blue-eyed blonde relishes the 
thought of a big, juicy steak. 
Friends, Cookie, Kathy, and Chris, 
agree that ten-pin bowling scores 
a strike with Linda. Good luck 
with your future beauty shop! 



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LINDA AUCOIN 

28 Derby Street 
Business 

"Oh, ya!" says blue-eyed Linda 
to friends, Cookie, Lynn, and Mike. 
A South Junior graduate, she 
enjoys typing classes and lunch 
at W.H.S. Chicken and dancing 
also are high on this future typist's 
list of favorites. Good luck, Linda. 




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"Hi there!" says this cheerful 
Lexington Street Junior graduate 
to friends, Barbie, Jan, and PhyL 
Mr. B., fried clams, French fries, 
and fire drills all rate highly with 
"Debbie." Her pet peeve is type- 
writers that keep breaking down. 
She plans to attend a college in 
preparation for a stenographic ca- 
reer. Best of luck in the future, 
"Deb." 

Activities: Business Office Staff 3.; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Mirror Cleri- 
cal Staff 4. 









PATRICIA AUCOIN 
180 Robbins Street 
Business 

Brown-eyed "Pat" goes for roast 
beef in a big way as friends, Lin- 
da, Lynne, and jerry, will agree. 
This former South Juniorite has 
records and homeroom periods high 
on her popularity list. For this 
Miss, future plans include business 
school and a career as a secretary. 





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MARIA BAIA ' 
71 Beal Road 
College II 

"Darn !" says Maria about our 
crowded third lunch, but her big 
brown eyes light up when she 
thinks of her English class with 
Mr. Prohovich. Maria hopes to at- 
tend secretarial school after gradu- 
ating from W.H.S. Best of luck 
in the future, Maria! 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 



WILLIAM AUCOIN 

13 Mount Pleasant Street 
College II 

"Let's hear it," exclaims "Wil- 
lie," who enjoys eating fried 
clams. He scores strikes with his 
friends, Ronnie, Charlie, and Don- 
nie. History and p.o.d. classes rate 
highly, as does lunch. "Willie's" 
hazel eyes focus on a future in law 
after college. Best of luck ! 




DONALD BALANSKY 
62 Copeland Street 
College I 

"Are you kiddin' me?" asks 
"Don" when somebody complains 
about Mr. Brunschwig's Physics 
class or cafeteria studies. The one 
thing he doesn't like about W.H.S. 
is the lack of student parking fa- 
cilities, after all, he has to park 
the "Bomb" somewhere! Friends, 
AI, Bob, and Barry, tell us that 
"Don" plans to attend a liberal 
arts college and to become a veteri- 
narian. 
Activities: Chess Club 4. 



ALDO AUGUSTINO 
234 River Street 
Vocational 

Sports, mainly soccer, rate an 
"A" with "Breath," who comes 
to W.H.S. from South Junior. 
Peter and Robert agree that, even 
though Aldo enjoys his history 
classes, he won't be sorry to leave 
them for a career in carpentry. Best 
of luck in the future, Aldo! 




JAMES BALL 

65 Lawrence Street 

Vocational 

A former Lexington Street Jun- 
iorite, "B.J.," likes to attend foot- 
ball rallies with his best friends, 
Termite and Chick. Brown-haired, 
brown-eyed "B.J." plans to join 
the armed forces after graduating 
from W.H.S. We wish you the 
best of luck in the service and 
always, "Jim." 



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RAYMOND BAMFORD 
52 Exchange Street 
Vocational 

"Ray," who came to our school 

from North Junior High, likes his 

history class best at W.H.S. Best 

friend, Bob, tells us that "Ray's" 

hobbies include going bowling and 

playing basketball. Future plans 

are indefinite, but to "Ray" we 

extend our best wishes. 

Activities: Student Exchange Committee 
4, Chairman 4; Vocational Views 4. 





JANE BARNES 
296 Bacon Street 
College I 

"That's swingin'," says green- 
eyed, friendly "Janie" as she fond- 
ly dreams of steak or roast beef. 
Barb, Marcia, and Maureen agree 
that their friend is a lover of 
Spanish, Miss Tabor's English class, 
and short periods on Tuesdays. 
After graduation, Jane plans a 
nursing career at Saint Elizabeth's 
or Newton-Wellesley Hospital. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Folksong 
Club 3; Mirror Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2; Mirror Business Staff 4. 



MARTHA BANCROFT 
80-A High Street 
Business 

"Marti" enjoys horseback riding 
in her spare time. It's "no big 
thing" she says to Puma, More, 
and Dale when talking about third 
lunch. Business Machines with 
Miss Tahaney is tops. "Marti" likes 
the wonderful teachers at W.H.S. 
most of all. We wish her the best 
of luck in the business world. 

Activities: Riding Club 2, Co-President 
2, Instructor 2; Business Office Staff 3. 




JUNE BARDSLEY 
45 Chester Lane 
Business 

"Say, where am I goin' next pe- 
riod?" hazel-eyed "Bug" asks her 
friends, Ann Marie, Tina, and 
Elaine, while passing between 
classes. June dislikes fifth lunch 
in the cafe, except when Italian 
spaghetti is on the menu. Among 
her favorite subjects, B.M.A. rates 
highest with career-minded "Bug", 
who plans to become a secretary 
after graduation. 
Activities: Pep Squad 3. 







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JOHN BARONIAN 
55 Canterbury Road 
College II 

Tom, Bo, and Tom can tell you 
that John's favorite expression is 
"Al's a . dog." When not eating 
pizza at "Circle" with the "men," 
he can be found driving. Attending 
classes and the 8:00 bell rate low 
with John. His future plans include 
college and a career in law. We 
all wish you the best of luck, John ! 



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ROBERT BARR^ 
74 Hansen Road 
Business 

Brown-haired, blue-eyed "Bar" 
is a devoted golf fan, and he par- 
ticipates often in this fascinating 
sport. Best friends, Wally and 
Mike, know that he loves skin- 
diving and that his favorite food 
is steak. "Bob's" future plans in- 
clude entering some branch of the 
service. 
Activities: Student Council 2. 



FLORA BARILONE 
80 Woerd Avenue 
Business 

"Hi there!" shouts "Cookie" 
to her friends, Greg, Linda, and 
Mike, as she weaves her way 
to her favorite subject, a hard 
choice. In her spare time, "Cookie" 
likes to eat pizza and go to the 
movies. A career as a beautician 
awaits her. Good luck in the fu- 
ture! 




JUDITH BARTLEMAN 
31 Beech Street 
Business 

When "Joo-Dee" shouts, "I don't 
believe it!" to Trish, Linda, and 
Billy, she usually means it. This 
hazel-eyed South Juniorite loves 
lunch at W.H.S. but would like 
it better if the cafeteria staff pre- 
pared Chinese food. Democracy 
rates highly on this senior's list, 
while gym rates "OK," "Judy" 
would rather sew than participate 
in sports. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Clinic Staff 
4; Main Office Staff 4. 



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PAULINE BEAVER 
57 Whitman Road 
College I 

"You're gonna get it!' shouts 
Pauline to Cathie, Judy, and Ron- 
nie. This friendly cheerleader likes 
the school spirit most at W.H.S. 
and the crowded third lunch the 
least. Her green eyes light up at 
the thought of a career in ele- 
mentary education. Luck always 
to one of our nicest seniors. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; Girl's Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3; Girl's Vol- 
leyball 2, 3. 





RONALD BELLIVEAU 
54 Dale Street 
Vocational 

"For a while!" is a familiar 
phrase to "Ronnie's" friends, Pat 
and Richard. Ice skating and play- 
ing cards are popular with this 
senior, who comes to us from St. 
Rose's. "Ronnie" plans to be- 
come a welder after graduation. 
Best of luck in the future ! 



PAULA BELL 
95 Upton Road 
College II 

Football games, studies, and Mr. 
Prohovich's English class are tops 
with Paula. She's likely to ex- 
claim, "You don't know!" to 
Betty, Claire, and Ann over Oreos 
and ice cream, while discussing the 
possibility of being an airline 
stewardess. Blue-eyed Paula came 
to W.H.S. from Pittsfield High 
School, and we wish her luck in 
winning her wings! 

Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; Student 
Council 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. 




CHARLES BELYEA 

133 Warren Street 
College I 

We sing of "Chucky" with the 

light brown hair. How else can 

we introduce W.H.S.'s contribution 

to the world of folk music? Art 

history, some of the teachers, and 

Borsch are "cool" in "Chuck's" 

opinion. Harvard is his first choice 

after graduation. 

Activities: Folk Song Club 2, 3, 4, 
President 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 
4, Vice President 3; German Club 2, 
3, 4, Vice President 4; Dramatics Club 
2, 3; Mirror Art Staff 2, 3, 4. 



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EMILE BELLIVEAU 
6 Wellington Avenue 
Vocational 

Brown-eyed "V" likes nothing 
more than seen Augostino, Tambas- 
cia, and Besson or going to math 
class. Waltham high is very proud 
of Emile, who plays so skillfully 
on our excellent hockey team. 
Carpentry work awaits this cheer- 
ful lad. Best of luck always. 
Activities: Hockey 4. 




RICHARD BENNETT 
15 Alder Street 
College II 

"Things are looking 
"Dickie" as he rushes 
with Charlie, Billy, 
Cars, piz2a, and studies in the cafe 
rate highly with "Dickie." This 
former South Juniorite's future 
plans are still uncertain. Good 
luck always, "Dick!" 



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to history 

and Paul. 



MARGARET BELLIVEAU 

I5I/2 School Street 
Business 

"Oh, darn it!" grumbles "Peg- 
gy" whenever her favorite T.V. 
shows are canceled or the 2:30 
bell is delayed. Joan, Louise, and 
Tina tell us that this former North 
Juniorite plans to attend business 
school after graduation. Best of 
luck, "Peggy" ! 




RICHARD BENTLEY 

153 Plympton Street 
College 11 

"Bullet" enjoys going skin-div- 
ing with friends, Gumby, String, 
and Camper Steve . . . loves eat- 
ing Big Cats (should we report 
this to the S.P.CA.???). He plans 
to attend college in the future. Best 
of luck, "Bullet," and may success 
be yours. 

Activities: Golf 2. 



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ANTHONY BERGANTINO, JR. 

9 Oak Street 

Technical 

Look out! — Here comes "Tony," 
practicing his favorite sport, shoot- 
ing. This brown-eyed South Jun- 
iorite is dangerous with a rifle in 
his hand, so don't get too close. 
When questioned about his liking 
for math, he might answer, "Well, 
a guy who is going to major in 
Chemical Engineering at college has 
to like math." 

Activities: Rifle Club 4; Chemistry 
Club 4; Latin Club 2; Mirror Art Staff 
2; Mirror Representative 4. 




JACQUELYN BISHOP 
16 Douglas Road 
Stenographic 

"Oh my gosh!" giggles blue- 
eyed "Jackie" when she starts going 
up a down-staircase. This bubbly 
senior spends most of her time 
dancing around the house with a 
fried clam in one hand and her 
shorthand homework in the other 
— at least that's what Cathy, Mari- 
lyn, and Sandy tell us. After grad- 
uation, she plans to attend busi- 
ness college. Good luck, "Jackie." 

Activities: Data Processing 3; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; French Club 2; Pep 
Squad 2. 



JAMES BERKMAN 
99 Sheffield Road 
College I 

"Not too sharp!" "Jim exclaims 
when describing the freedom at 
W.H.S. Although a pocket bil- 
liards and table tennis enthusiast, 
he also succumbs to man's favorite 
sport, girls. Buzz, Larry, and Jim 
tell us that Mr. Collins' homeroom 
rates highly with "Jim." Since 
gym is his favorite subject, he 
will major in physical education at 
college. 




PAUL BISSON 
460 Dutton Road 
Sudbury 
Vocational 

Sudbury Junior High School gave 
us blue-eyed "Bisson's Mission," 
who is an enthusiastic cheerer at 
all W.H.S. football rallies. His 
immediate plans for the future in- 
clude work in the field of car- 
pentry. We at W.H.S. wish you 
much luck always, Paul. 



SUSAN BERRIO 
85 Taylor Street 
College II 

Rallies and lunches are "Bug- 
gy's" favorites at W.H.S. She pre- 
viously attended South Junior High 
. . . likes eating pizza and subma- 
rines with Carol, Gale, and Mary 
. . . enjoys .sewing. "Sue" hopes 
to become a nurse. Best of luck 
in the future! 

Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 
2; Red Cross Representative 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Homeroom Representative 2, 4. 




WILLIAM BLANCHET 
220 Real Road 
College II 

"Let's go!" says "Bill," a former 

student at Lexington Street Junior 

High. The drama club keeps him 

busy, but he also likes to play 

golf. Politics is high on "Bill's" 

list of interests, along with English 

class with friends, Joe and Paul. 

His future plans include college. 

Activities: Student Council 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; Drama Club 4. 



ALFRED BIRCHLER 
69 Trapelo Road 
College II 

When not in school, "Al" can 
be found playing football with 
friends, Bud, Dave, and Ron. He's 
not fussy when it comes to food; 
anything is all right with "Al." 
English with Mr. Prohovich is tops 
in his book. His future plans in- 
clude college. Best of luck in what- 
ever field you choose, "Al." 




NANCY BLASIOLI 

37 Berkshire Road 
College II 

"Cookie" is cooking another 
steak for her friends, Martha, 
Eloise, and Jane. Unfortunately, 
she doesn't intend to pursue her 
cooking talent in a professional 
way. Instead, "Cookie" hopes to 
become a beautician. Best of luck 
with the career of your choice, 
Nancy ! 



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JOHN BONICA 

44 Lafayette Street 
College I 

John rates physics tops at 
W.H.S. ... is a graduate of 
South Junior . . . likes a good plate 
of steak . . . enjoys playing pool 
with friends, Skip, Bob, Chip, 
and Larry. John, who is on the 
varsity football squad and is the 
Student Council Boy's Vice Presi- 
dent, plans to attend college. 

Activities: Football 4; Student Council 
4, Boys' Vice President 4; Crimson Key 
4. 




WALTER BOUDROT 

41 Morton Street 
Vocational 

"Buster" came to W.H.S. from 
North Junior High and St. Mary's. 
When in school, he enjoys his 
class in the auto body shop. When 
out of school, he relishes the 
thought of fishing and eating sub- 
marine sandwiches. Bob S., Bob 
R., and John reveal that "Buster's" 
future plans include owning his 
own auto body shop. 
Activities: Safety Committee 2. 



RANDI BONICA 
12 Walton Street 
College I 

Tinkering with cars with his best 
friends, John and Dave, occupies 
most of Randi's after-school hours. 
He plans to attend a technical 
school after graduating from Wal- 
tham High. Best of luck in the 
future, Randi, and may success 
always be yours! 




GEORGE BORDEN 
475 Trapelo Road 
College I 

For "Buzzie," cherries, pool, and 
cars are "cool as a moose," as 
friends, Jim, Larry, and Jim, will 
readily testify. Lack of freedom 
at W.H.S. bothers "Buzz," but 
he makes up for this in homeroom 
with Mr. Collins. He hopes to 
become a physical education teach- 
er. Best of luck! 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
2; Football 2. 



JEANNE BOURGEOIS 
1 Gorham Street 
Business 

Chinese food, sewing, skiing, and 
English class rate highly with' 
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JAMES BOWSE 
440 Trapelo Road 
College I 

"Ya, sure! We have too much 
lomework!" says "Booze" to Bo, 
Alban, and John, but he finds 
that pizza gives him enough ener- 
gy to do it. Hockey and skiing 
stand high on this senior's list of 
favorites at W.H.S. Future plans 
include attending Merrimack Col- 
lege. Good luck, "Jim." 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4. 






RICHARD BOTHEN 
53 Edgewater Drive 
College 11 

Blue-eyed "Rich" can be found 
eating Italian food with Joan, 
Chris, and Donnie, when he is 
not working on cars or boats. Fire 
drills, football games, and history 
rate highly with this former North 
Juniorite. Best of luck, "Rich." 
Activities: Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4. 




WILLIAM BOWSER 
7 Edwin Road 
College II 

"Chevies don't go!" laughs 
"Trowser" on his way to his 
favorite subject, lunch, with his 
friends, Lil' Hebe, Lil' Hippo, and 
John. When this cheerful, blue- 
eyed senior isn't enjoying democ- 
racy class, he's eating submarine 
sandwiches. Good luck always, 
"Trowser" ! 



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CATHERINE BRADBURY 
51 Gore Street 
College I 

"Forget it, huh?" remarks 
"Cath" when Jackie, Margie, and 
Sue remind her of Cafeteria lunches 
and one-way corridors. This South 
Juniorite has been an active member 
and officer in her church fellow- 
ship for three years. 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3, 4; Mirror, Business Staff 

4. 




JUDY BREHM 

40 Copeland Street 
College I 

"I don't know," wails Judy as 
she is questioned by her friends, 
Cisi and Linda, "What are we 
having for lunch?" Brown-eyed 
"Jud" enjoys turkey and also His- 
tory class at W.H.S. Best of luck 
to a future secretary, Judy. 
Activities: Maroon Squad 4. 



DANIEL BRADLEY 
35 Central Street 
Vocational 

Look for "Brad" sharing a feast 
of fried clams with Richard R., 
Richard B., and Warren. This 
former North Juniorite likes the 
shop classes, but wishes for more 
science and drawing classes; the 
future of this ambitious lad holds 
college, the service, and then a ca- 
reer as a Welding Engineer. 

Activities: Class Treasurer 2, 3; Mir- 
ror Business Staff 4. 



MARY ELLEN BRADLEY 
30 Charlotte Road 
College II 

Mary Ellen is always waiting 
for her lunch period with her best 
friends, Judy and Mary. Green- 
eyed "Bean" looks forward to Mr. 
Prohovich's English class, Sorority 
meetings, and the 2:30 dismissal 
bell. Good luck in college, "Bean." 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3, 4. 




JUDITH BRADY 

2 Clements Road 
College I 

"Judy" is usually with her friends, 
Mary Ellen and Mary. English 
class rates highly with this former 
North Juniorite. College awaits 
Slue-eyed, witty "Judy" after grad- 
uating from W.H.S. Good luck in 
the future, "Judy," and always 
keep laughing! 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Latin 
Club 2; Pep Squad 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Student Council 4, Sec- 
retary 4. 



STEPHEN BRIGHT 
34 Loretta Road 
Vocational 

"Stevie" enjoys tthe pretty girls 
at W.H.S. In his leisure, he enjoys 
mountain climbing, water skiing, 
and fishing. He can usually be 
found eating meatball subs with 
Bob, Paul, and Joe. After gradua- 
tion, he plans to become a printer 
and then join the Armed Forces. 
Hope you fly high, "Steve." 




DORIS BROOKS 
84 Longfellow Road 
College II 

When not cheering our football 
and basketball teams to victory, 
Doris can be seen talking or swim- 
ming with best friends, Ginny, 
Marilyn, and Janyce. English with 
Mr. Prohovich and chocolate ice 
cream are tops with this senior, 
who plans to be a teacher after 
graduation. Good luck, Doris! 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 
4; Talent Show 2, 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 




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DONALD BROPHY 
48 Marianne Road 
College I 

Bill, Tom and Mot will testify 
that "Broph," Senior Class Vice- 
President, dislikes chemistry at 
W.H.S., but really enjoys Mr. 
Lynch's Math IV class. Co-Captain 
of the football team, this sports- 
minded boy plans to attend an 
Ivy League college after gradua- 
tion. Good luck, "Broph," and 
may happiness be yours! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Crimson Key 
4; Maroon Squad 4. 



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BONNIE BROWN 
22 Irving Street 
College II 

"Oh Crumb!" says Bonnie to 
Bonnie, Bobbi, and Sandy, when 
she has too much homework. 
When not eating fried clams or 
enjoying her English class with 
Miss Tabor, she can be found 
skating, bowling, or just "bomb- 
ing around" in the family car. 
Bonnie's ambition is to become a 
teacher. We're sure she'll be suc- 
cessful. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; French Club 2, 4; Latin 
Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4. 





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GLORIA BRY 

8 Amherst Avenue 
Business 

Hailing from Lexington Street 
Junior High, "Goge" likes Eng- 
lish class and the dismissal bell 
best at W.H-S. . . . thinks the 
kids are great, too . . . plans 
to attend Bryant and Stratton Busi- 
ness School after graduation. Good 
luck in the future, Gloria. 



PATRICIA BROWN 

136 Summer Street 
College II 

If you hear a hearty laugh in the 
corridors of W.H.S., you can be 
sure it's our fun-loving "Brownie." 
Her sparkling blue eyes light up 
at the thought of steak and Eng- 
lish, her favorite subject. Susan, 
Jill, and Debbie agree that we 
will miss this girl who has brought 
so much fun into our lives. 





DAVID BURKE 

83 Cabot Street 
College I 

The best thing about Waltham 
High, says red-haired "Dave," is 
going there! The only way that 
he can describe the cafeteria lunches 
to Steve or The Gang is "bad 
news!" Dave, whose favorite sub- 
ject is math, numbers water-ski- 
ing and swimming among his hob- 
bies. Next in "Dave's" future is 
college. Best of luck to a great 
kid! 

Activities: Chess Club 2, 4, Secretary 
4; Mirror Subscription Staff 4. 



PEARY BROWN ' " 
55 Lakeview Avenue 
College II 

"Is that right?" asks Peary of 
Andy, Mel, and Tommy the morn- 
ing after a football game. Scuba 
diving and football rate highest 
with "Brownie." In school, lunch 
is the best part of the day for 
this brown-eyed lad. Future plans 
include some time in the service, 
then college. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; 
Maroon Squad 4. 




JAMES BURKE 
21 Canterbury Road 
College II 

"Jim's" blue eyes light up when 
roast beef is mentioned by friends, 
Charley, John, and Paul . . . tells 
friends, "In your heart you know 
I'm right" . . . plans include a 
career in the service. We wish 
you much luck in the future. 
Activities: Football 2. 



WENDELL BROWNELL 
93 Lexington Street 
College I 

"Do you see a crowd?" asks 
"Bud" as he runs back to home- 
room with Phil and Art. Pizzas 
rate highly with "Bud." Playing 
the electric guitar takes up much 
of his spare time. The U.S. Air 
Force is his goal after graduation. 
Activities: Science Seminar 2. 




JOHN BURKE 
140 Alder Street 
Vocational 

"Doubt it," shouts "Hucka" to 
his friend when they mention mis- 
sing a planned fishing trip. John's 
pet peeve at W.H.S. is large 
classes, but history rates "a mile," 
as do hamburgers. Best of luck 
in the Marine Corps, John, and 
keep smiling. 



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MARCIA BURKE 
151 South Street 
College II 

If you want to see "Moosh's" 
hazel eyes dance, put steak on the 
table. Mr. Prohovich's English 
classes are great and she will tell 
you, "I'm impressed," with friends, 
Karen, Pauline, and Susie. Marcia 
came to us by way of Watertown 
High. Future plans include courses 
in journalism. Best of luck. 
Activities: Chorus 2. 




CRAIG CADY 

27 Walnut Street 
Vocational 

"We've got it man!" shouts 
"Red," who comes to us via 
North Junior High. This senior 
enjoys water skiing and eating 
pizza with Ron, Barbara, and Joe. 
Craig plans to enter the service 
after graduation. Best of luck ! 
Activities: Vocational View 4. 



CHARLES BUTLER 
139 Robbins Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed "Chuck," who came to 
W.H.S. from South Junior High, 
especially enjoys English clasess 
with his friends, Jim and Ron. He 
plans to further his education in 
college after graduation. Best of 
luck in the future, Chuck, and 
may success be yours ! 




LORRAINE CAFARELLA 

262 Crescent Street 
College I 

South Junior High School gave 

us "Rae," an active participant in 

W.H.S. activities. Bowling is high 

on her list of interests, and during 

school hours History classes are her 

favorites. She hopes to attend 

college. Good luck in the future, 

"Rae." 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Main 
Office Staff 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4. 



DEBORAH BUTLER 

25-3 Summer Street 
College I 

"Such is life!" grins friendly 
"Debbie" on her way to a basket- 
ball game with her friends, Elea- 
nor, Donna, and Pat. Art is her 
favorite subject and spaghetti is 
her favorite food. Good luck to 
her at the Massachusetts College 
of Art. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Folk Song Club 
2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Mirror Art 
Staff 2, 3, 4. 




JOYCE CALABUFALO 
419 River Street 
Stenographic 

"Mousie" enjoys listening to 
records with Susan, Pat, and Jean. 
"Not now, later," she yells as 
she runs down the hall to Eng- 
lish class. Vacations and the kids 
rate highly with "Mousie,", who 
hopes to attend a business college 
after graduation. Best wishes ! 
Activities: Talent Show 4. 



WILLIAM BUTMAN 
322 Bacon Street 
College I 

"Bear" enjoys Mr. Collins' home- 
room periods best at W.H.S. 
"Stepped in what?" quips "Bear" 
to Earl, Pete, and Brian on the 
way to a hockey game. This popu- 
lar senior, whose favorite food is 
lobster, likes English class more 
than any other class at Waltham 
High. College is next in line for 
"Bill." Best of luck. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; German 
Club 2, 3, 4. 





ROBERT CALF 

251 Robbins Street 
Vocational 

"I'm mad," gripes brown-eyed 
"Farmer" while tinkering with 
cars. Friends, P. Allen, J. Burke, 
and G. MacLeod, will attest that 
he never passes up a chance to 
eat subs. History class at W.H.S. 
rates highly with him. Future 
plans include employment as a 
mechanic. Best of luck! 



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DONNA CAMERON 
445 Waverly Oaks Road 
Business 

"Dawn" comes to W.H.S. from 
Cambridge High and Latin. Fa- 
vorites here are filing and Mr. 
Prohovich's English class. When 
not in school, "Dawn" enjoys bowl- 
ing and skiing with Donna, Tom, 
and Ann. Future plans include 
Bay State Academy for Airline 
Hostesses. 

Activities: Italian Club 3, 4; Student 
Council 4; M.A.A. 2, 3. 





PATRICIA CAMPBELL 
29 Weston Street 
College II 

"Pat," a former North Junior- 
ite, can usually be found munch- 
ing her favorite food, pizza, with 
her friends, Doris, Louise, and 
Linda. This brown-haired, brown- 
eyed senior enjoys her college 
curriculum and hopes for a future 
college career. Good luck, "Pat." 





SARINA CANNISTRARO 
23 Rich Street 
College I 

Sarina, an alumna of North 
Junior High, numbers French class 
and Typing class with Mr. Tyner 
among her favorite subjects. Ac- 
cording to Suzanne, Pauline, and 
Bonnie, Sarina savors snacks of 
fried chicken. This hazel-eyed 
Miss plans to go to college to pre- 
pare for a career in teaching. Best 
of luck always! 

Activities: Italian Club 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4. 




ANN CAPOCCIA 
314 Crescent Street 
College II 

Likable "Anni," with her 

friends, Paul and French, enjoys 

lunch periods best at W.H.S. 

When not in Mr. Tyner's Typing 

class, she likes to knit and eat fried 

clams. We're sure "Anni" will 

be a success in whatever she 

plans for the future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Dramatics 
Club 4; Graduation Usherette 3; De- 
bating Club 3, 4. 



THOMAS CAMPBELL 
18 Linden Terrace 
College II 

"Oh yeah!" shouts "Tom" as he 
goes to Algebra II with O.B. Foot- 
ball games, fire drills, and studies 
with Mrs. Bowman are tops in 
his book. You can find him any 
week-end at Circle Pizza with Don, 
Bill, and Tom. Good luck in the 
future "Tom." 




ALBERT CARAMANICA 
80 Fiske Avenue 
College II 

This athletic senior enjoys para- 
chuting and gym classes, but as- 
semblies, long classes, and home- 
work meet with less enthusiasm. 
Cuppa, Pete, and Speco know he 
will be successful in college. Good 
luck, "Al," with the career of 
your choice. 



NEIL CANE 

62 Hiawatha Avenue 

Business 

Friends, Joe and Den, know that 
Neii, who comes to us from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High, especial- 
ly enjoys his history classes. We 
extend our best wishes to blue- 
eyed Neil, who has hopes of at- 
tending a business school after 
graduating from Waltham High. 




CATHERINE CARDILLO 

12 Charles Street 
College II 

"Oh fudge!" proclaims "Cathy" 
to Dee, Eleanor, and Helen when 
talking about gym and homework. 
Outside school, this alumna of 
North Junior High enjoys lasagna; 
in school, Food class is tops. A 
major in Home Economics at a 
junior college composes "Cathy's" 
future plans. 
Activities: Knitting Club 3, 4. 



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GEORGE CARLSON 

131 Hammond Street 
College II 

"Gee" likes his Democracy class 
with Mrs. Higgins best at W.H.S. 
On the other hand, he dislikes 
cafeteria studies, even when they're 
with pals, Dee, Cos, or Gossie. 
In his spare time, he enjoys sing- 
ing, sleeping or eating rare steak. 
When questioned about his future, 
George replies he might go to 
college, but you had better "check 
that out." 

Activities: Track 2; Talent Show 3; 
Science Seminar 2. 




WILLIAM CASELLA 
83 Bacon Street 
Vocational 

"Time wounds all heels," "Wil- 
lie" reminds Wayne, Bob, and 
George while devouring a huge 
platter of spaghetti. When not 
enjoying Italian food, William can 
be found shooting pocket billiards, 
his favorite pastime. He plans to 
work in the world of electronics, 
and we know he'll be successful. 



DOROTHY CARNEY 
103 Milner Street 
Business 

"Dos" enjoys roller skating, eat- 
ing spaghetti and meatballs . . . 
best friends are Tommy, Sue, and 
Pam . . . dislikes the crowded con- 
ditions most about W.H.S: . . . 
plans to attend secretarial school. 
Good luck! 




JOSEPH CASTELLANA 
30 Everett Street 
College I 

"Let's make it, kiddies" says 
"Joe" on the way to Miss De- 
vane's class. Bill, Dave, and Car- 
mine say that Chinese food, cars 
and music rate highly. His aim is 
college and a career in accounting. 
Good luck always, "Joe." 



JAMES CARR 
72 Prentice Street 
Vocational 

Just mention the word home- 
work and James will head for 
the hills! But he does enjoy math 
clasess at W.H.S., as well as 
lunch periods. Wouldn't you know 
this fig newton lover's hobby is 
eating? "Jim" intends to further 
his work in printing after gradua- 
tion. We agree with Sandy, Jim, 
and Reno that he will succeed. 




LORRAINE CASTELLANO 
50 Rumford Avenue 
Business 

Most of "Castry's" spare time 
is spent eating pizza and bowling 
with Janice, Patty, and Garry Ann. 
English class with Mr. Prohovich 
and W.H.S. rallies are "the great- 
est" for this former South Jun- 
iorite. Best of luck 
school, "Castry." 

Activities: Maroon Squad 
Show Usherette 3; Mr. 
fice Staff 4. 



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JILL CARSON 

16 Hemlock Terrace 

College II 

The cafeteria and the kids rank 
tops with Jill, who can often be 
seen at the football games with 
the girls. This active senior who 
comes from Lexington Street Jun- 
ior High likes English with Mr. 
Prohovich. She plans to go into 
nursing as a career. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Youth Council 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Pep Squad 2, 3. 




ARTHUR CASTOLDI 

134 Washington Avenue 
Vocational 

"I've got ya swinging" calls 
Arthur as he drenches John, Fred, 
and Ray with one huge spray from 
his water skiis. "Casti" confesses 
a weakness for veal cutlets and 
an abhorrence of cafeteria food. 
This former South Juniorite who 
especially enjoys science, aspires 
to further his education in elec- 
tronics. Good luck, Arthur! 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Water Ski 
Club 4, Treasurer 4. 



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MAUREEN CATHCART 
117 Plympton Street 
College II 

"More" loves to ride horseback 
with friends, Marti, Bob, and Jane. 
Among her many favorites at 
WHS, Mr. Wiellette's chemistry 
classes and elephant jokes rate 
first. After graduation, "More" is 
looking forward to a nursing ca- 
reer and to going to Ireland for 
fox hunting season. Best of luck, 
"More." 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4, Costume 
Chairman 4; Chorus 4; Folksong Club 
3, 4. 




ROBERT CHAISSON 

124 Marivista Avenue 
Distributive Education 

Since girls head the list of 
"Bugsey's" favorites, he naturally 
enjoys girls most at W.H.S. We 
often hear him say, "Ask her if 
she's got a friend for me." He 
interrupts drawing only long 
enough to eat another sub. Al- 
though he is uncertain about his 
future plans, Buster and Ronnie 
know he will do well. 



CAROLE CERICOLA 

28 Bennett Street 
Business 

"Smarten up" Carole laughingly 
warns Karen, Jean, and Janice as 
they bowl the big balls. This raven- 
haired senior enjoys her data pro- 
cessing class best at W.H.S. Carol 
loves eating Chinese food with the 
kids. This active student plans to 
attend business school. We know 
she'll be successful. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Play 4; Pep Squad 2; Talent 
Show 4. 





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SUZANNE CHAGNON 
59 Rich Street 
Business 

"Huh?" whispers "Shags" as 
her gym teacher devises some new 
physical feat. Her comments change 
when she is in Mr. Prohovich's 
English class, typing, or eating 
meat and vegetables with Marsha, 
Sarina, and Phyllis. She plans to 
attend secretarial school for one 
year. 
Activities: Junior Prom Committee 3. 




MARY CHAISSON 
152 Myrtle Street 
College II 

Mary comes to W.H.S. from 
South Junior. She loves Math with 
Mr. Fitzgerald and the kids. As 
Carole, Sue, and Barbara know, 
she spends her time bowling or 
just riding around. t Roast beef 
is her favorite food. She doesn't 
like the crowded lunches at 
W.H.S. Good luck at Nursing 
School ! 

Activities: Student Council 4; Senior 
Play 4; Talent Show 4; Maroon Squad 
4; Main Office Staff 4. 



DONNA CHAKALIS 

534 Trapelo Road 
College I 

"Well what's new?" says Donna 

to her friends, Carol, Debby and 

Patty, on her way to French class. 

This former Lexington Street Jun- 

iorite thinks bowling, frappes, and 

study periods are great, but dislikes 

the new schedule. Donna plans to 

go to Simmons College and major 

in social work. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 
4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 
3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Tal- 
ent Show 3. 






LINDA CHAMPAGNE 

106 A Taylor Street 
Distributive Education 

Pretty, brown-eyed "Lyndie" 
loves boating, bowling, and eating 
Chinese food with Judy, Patty, and 
Cathy. She will always remem- 
ber football games and assemblies 
at W.H.S. True to the goal of the 
Distributive Ed program, Linda 
wishes to succeed in business. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2; D.E.C.A. 4. 







CRAIG CHAMPION, JR. 
9 University Park 
College II 

Craig, alias "Champ," enjoys 
scuba diving, water skiing, bowl- 
ing, fishing, and coin collecting 
. . . says "Gimme some" steak 
to friends, Pete, Tom and Alan . . . 
has good times with his friends 
at W.H.S. He doesn't particularly 
care for sessions or report cards. 
Craig hopes to go to Northeastern. 
Good luck, "Champ!" 



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RICHARD CHARTRAND 
49 Gale Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed "Chopper," who 
comes to us from South Junior 
High School, as best friends, Larry 
and Jim know, enjoys tinkering 
with all kinds of cars. After gradu- 
ation, he plans to attend aviation 
school. Good luck always, "Rick," 
and keep flying high. 




WARREN CHASE 
142 Rose Hill Way 
College I 

Collecting record albums, eating 
fried clams, and going to math 
class with his friends, Dex, Skip, 
and Bob, are this senior's favorite 
pastimes. Warren plans to go to 
college after graduation. W.H.S. 
wishes you the best of luck. 






CHERYL CHRISTIAN 

121 Adams Street 
Distributive Education 

Blue-eyed "Sherry" won't forget 
the pizza lunches, football games, 
and English class with Mr. Da- 
mian. This peppy former South 
Juniorite enjoys cheering the hock- 
ey team in her spare time. She 
plans to follow a career as a 
receptionist. Good luck, "Sherry"! 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; DECA 4; 
English Office Staff 3. 




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LOIS CHRISTIE 

61 Winter Street 
Stenographic 

"Isn't that wicked!" exclaims 

"Bunky" to friends, Hank, Claire, 

and Elaine. She lists dancing and 

eating lasagna among her hobbies. 

This Lexington Street Junior High 

alumna likes Fridays best at 

W.H.S. Marriage and a career 

as a legal secretary await her. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Mirror 
Clerical Staff 4. 



CHRISTINE CHAVEZ 
67 Crestview Road 
Business 

"Chris" loves to swim and ice 
skate as friends, Sue, Ellie, and 
Linda, will agree. "You're kid- 
ding me," exlaims "Chris" as she 
is told she can have all the lobster 
she can eat. The 2:30 bell sets 
this black-haired Miss running 
toward a future in hairdressing 
school. 




FREDERICK CIARAMAGLIA 

34 Adams Street 
Honors 

According to "Fred," the math 
department at W.H.S. is tops! 
This Honors Course senior enjoys 
playing pool, guitar, and chess. 
He is a valuable asset to the rifle 
team and the data processing group 
at Waltham High. After gradua- 
tion, "Fred" plans to attend 
M.I.T., major in Math, and be- 
come a computer programmer. We 
know he will be successful ! 

Activities: Math Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- 
tain 4; Rifle Team 2, 3; Chess Team 2, 
3; Science Quiz Team 3, 4; Crimson 
Key 4. 



EDWIN CHERNOSKY 
48 Berkley Street 
College II 

Athletic "Eddie" enthusiastically 
praises skiing and mountain climb- 
ing. He confesses that he enjoys 
W.H.S. 's lack of organization, but 
he doesn't enjoy crowded lunches. 
This former Lexington Street Jun- 
ior High student is an active mem- 
ber in his church fellowship and 
has held many offices in DeMolay. 
Sandy, John, and Rich know that 
he will be successful at North- 
eastern. 
Activities: Band 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4. 




MARGARET CLANCY 
15 Huntington Street 
Stenographic 

"You know," says "Peggy" to 
Ellen, Dolores, and Rosarie, as 
she enters her favorite class, his- 
tory. Her spare time is focused on 
swimming and eating pizza and 
french fries. This auburn-haired 
career girl looks forward to a fu- 
ture position as a secretary. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; English 
Office Staff 4. 



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DONALD CLARKE 

71 South Street 
College I 

"Don," a blond-haired, friendly 
boy from North Junior, enjoys 
both water and snow skiing . . . 
likes classes with Miss Tabor, Mrs. 
Lamb, and Mr. Foley ... is treas- 
urer of his church group . . . often 
exclaims, "What the heck," to best 
friends Paul, Chuck, and Rich . . . 
loves roast beef . . . dislikes cafe 
studies. Good luck at college, 
"Don." 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Language Lab Assistant 2. 




EUGENE COBUZZI, JR. 

84 Bacon Street 
Vocational 

Eugene comes to ' W.H.S. from 
North Junior High. Outside of 
school he keeps active in hunting, 
fishing, and water skiing. Another 
of his favorites is lasagna. The 
future holds a career in the armed 
forces. Good luck always, Eugene. 



KENNETH CLASBY 
56 Hams Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed "Clapsy," who comes 
to W.H.S. from St. Joseph's, says 
he likes "all kinds of food" and 
his math class. "We'll see you 
around the campus," he groans, 
while he's being swept away with 
the crowd in the corridors. The fu- 
ture for this fishing addict includes 
studying business administration at 
Stonehill College. 
Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES CLOSE 
230 Lowell Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed "Jim," formerly from 
St. Charles High, likes economics 
class, homeroom periods, and rally- 
ing in the courtyard between clas- 
ses best about W.H.S. His many 
friends include Buzzy, Richie, and 
Billy. After graduation, "Jim" 
will attend college. Good luck with 
everything, "Jim." 



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21 Summer Avenue 
College II 

A former student at North Jun- 
ior High, "Feffi" enjoys the stu- 
dent teachers, kids from S-02, and 
lunch periods at W.H.S. "Next 
joke!" exclaims "Feffi" when talk- 
ing to Ellie, Judie, and Elaine 
while eating lasagna. Swimming 
and boating are among her favor- 
ites. Typing class with Mr. Tyner 
helps prepare her for business 
school. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Home Eco- 
nomics Representatives 2, 3, 4- Mr 
Morang's Office Staff 4; Talent ' Show 
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CHARLENE COCCHIARA 

15-2 Middlesex Road 
College II 

When not cheering at hockey 
games, Charlene can be found eat- 
ing subs with Roddy, Priscilla 
and Donna. Charlene likes English 
with Mr. Prohovich the best at 
Waltham High, and the short 
lunches the least. "I wish I were 
older!" moans Charlene when she 
things of future plans at college. 
Lots of luck, Charlene. 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Junior Prom Committee 
3; F.T.A. 3; Pep Squad 2. 



BONNIE COHN 

54 Washington Street 
College I 

Popular "Bon" likes strumming 
the guitar, playing the piano, or 
swimming. She enjoys Mr. Fitz's 
Math class and Miss Parris* French 
class best at W.H.S. Linda and 
the girls tell us Bonnie thinks 
taking three lunch periods and 
"take-out orders" are "cool." Bon- 
nie's future plans include college 
next year. 

Activities: Language Lab Assistant 2, 
3, 4; Mirror Business. Staff 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Latin Club 2; French Club 4. 




J. LEO COLLETTE 

38 Prospect Street 
Vocational 

"I shall return!" gurgles "Lee," 
as he becomes submerged in his 
future career on the Navy's Under- 
water Demolition Team. For now, 
he spends most of his time sub- 
merged in fried clams with friends, 
Ray, Bob, and Bill. Best of luck 
in the future, "Lee". 



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ALICE COLLINS 

43 Exchange Street 
Distributive Education 

"Me, too!" exclaims "Al" when 
Butchie, Mary, or Dave suggest 
getting subs or going bowling. Al- 
ice, a transfer student from St. 
Mary's, especially likes the friend- 
liness at W.H.S. and the Distribu- 
tive Ed program. "Al" plans to 
go into retailing after graduation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; DECA 
4. 




KATHLEEN CONNELLY 
19 Berkshire Road 
Business 

Brown-haired brown-eyed' 
"Kathy," who came to W.H.S. via 
North Junior, enjoys French and 
typing class with her friends, Bev- 
erly and Helen, best at W.H.S. 
This senior's plans include attend- 
ing an I.B.M. school. after gradua- 
tion. Good luck always, "Kathi" ! 



ROBERT COLLURA 
47 Rich Street 
Vocational 

This ex-North Juniorite enjoys 
his math classes best at W.H.S. 
Robert is a "big strike" with his 
friends, Pete, John, and Paul . . . 
especially when bowling. This fig 
newton lover plans to make print- 
ing his future work. Good luck, 
"Bob." 




MARION COMPOSOTO 

80 Winter Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed Marion enjoys noth- 
ing better than a box of sweets 
shared with her friends, Gail and 
Donna. She's especially happy with 
the variety of courses offered at 
W.H.S., and she plans to become 
a secretary after completing busi- 
ness school. 



PAUL CONNOLLY 
41 Rich Street 
Business 

"Knuck," whose hobby is week- 
end dates, comes to us from St. 
Mary's. "Slow down," he calls 
to June, Pete, and Bob on the 
way to Business Machines or to 
one of those private rallies after 
fifth lunch. "Knuck" wishes he 
could have gone to his locker more 
often. Future plans include work- 
ing for a business firm. 
Activities: Football 2, 3. 



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ROBERT CONNORS 
85 Chester Lane 
College I 

Popular "Bobby," our • Senior 
Class President, enjoys the teach- 
ers and kids most at W.H.S., but 
he dislikes the crowded conditions 
in the corridors and cafeteria. As 
captain of the basketball team, 
"Bobby" still finds time to par- 
ticipate in football and track. He 
plans to attend college next ' year. 
Good luck, "Bobby" ! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Track 3, 4; 
Class President 3, 4. 



DONNA CONCHIGLIA 
43 Whitman Road 
College II 

"Chiggie Wiggie" came to 
W.H.S. from Cambridge High in 
her junior year. Here at W.H.S., 
"Conchig" likes English classes 
with Mr. Yetten. If Donna is not 
in these classes, she's sure to be 
in the cafeteria with Donna, Rich- 
ie, or Janet, munching on potato 
chips or pizza. She hopes to be 
a medical technologist. 

Activities: Mirror Homeroom Represen- 
tative 4; Girls Athletic Association 2. 




GAIL CONTI 

16 Winsom Avenue 

College II 

English classes at W.H.S. are 
superb according to Gail. Just 
mention pizza and Gail's brown 
eyes immediately sparkle. Her 
friends, Carol, Raylene, and Karen, 
agree that this former South Jun- 
iorite will be successful at the 
teachers' college of her choice. 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3; Mr. 
Belliveau's Office Staff 4; Maroon 
Squad 4. 



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KATHLEEN CONTI 

14 Keach Street 
Stenographic 

Blue-eyed Kathy, a sports en- 
thusiast, loves the W.H.S. basket- 
ball games, horseback riding, and 
dancing. After using up all her 
energy in these activities, "Kathy" 
can do justice to a big platter of 
Italian food, especially lasagna. But 
this meal would not be complete 
without Ro, Donna, and Martha to 
"check it out." "Kathy" hopes to 
become a secretary. 

Activities: Business Office Staff 3; 
Pep Squad 3. 




ALBAN CORMIER 
19 Howard Street 
Business 

"Flipper" rates well-deserved 
praise for his performance on the 
W.H.S. hockey team. A roast 
beef sub has no equal in the es- 
timation of this boy who is form- 
erly from Canada. College, per- 
haps Northeastern, is in "Al's" 
future plans. Good luck ! 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA COOKE 
96 Fiske Avenue 
Honors 

"Pat" finds that the teachers and 
the clubs are the nicest aspects of 
W.H.S. Bunny, Barbara, and Susan 
disclose that Pat's favorite hobby 
is collecting L.P.'s. This blonde 
senior enjoys Mrs. Bowman's Eng- 
lish class, but finds fault with the 
crowded lunches and stairways. 
North Adams State College and 
a major in Elementary Education 
lie ahead for "Pat." 

Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Library 
Council 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Senior Play 
Usherette 4; Student Council 4. 



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ROGER CORMIER 

23 Hastings Avenue 
Vocational 

"Is that right?" asks "Rolo" 
while playing football or baseball 
with best friends, Bill, Al, and 
Reggie. "Rolo" is happiest when 
our school lunches include hot 
pastromi, but he wishes for more 
time to eat it. Future plans include 
a stint in the service. 



JAMES COONEY 
121 Summer Street 
College II 

Kenny, Buddy, and Arty will 
tell you that "Drummer," who came 
to W.H.S. from Natick High, 
likes fried chicken "like a mother." 
School would be great if only busi- 
ness law wouldn't interfere with 
his hobbies, swimming and cars. 
"Drummer" plans to attend the 
Stockbridge School at the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts. 




JANET COSGROVE 
1 Elm Street 
College 'II, 

W.H.S.'s "Cozzy" Cosgrove is 
a great friend, as buddies, George, 
Joe, and Peggy know. If you'd 
like to look up Janet, try lunch, 
homeroom, or her math class. 
When you do find her, she is like- 
ly to reply to every question "La 
La La" which proves she enjoys 
her favorite hobby, singing. After 
graduation Janet would like to 
travel. 
Activities: Talent Show 3. 



BARBARA CORLISS 
139 Adams Street 
College I 

Barbara spends all her spare time 
roller skating. This petite senior 
came to W.H.S. from South Jun- 
ior. "Barb" can often be found 
eating chocolate cake with friends, 
Donna, Janice, and Joan. Miss 
Tabor's English class is Barbara's 
special delight. After graduation, 
she hopes to attend Boston Univer- 
sity, and we wish her good luck. 
Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; FT A 
4; Debating Club 3, 4; Talent Show 
4; French Club 3, 4. 




PHILIP COTONI 
565 Lincoln Street 
College II 

To become a top-notch cook and 
to become an owner of a large 
restaurant are the future plans of 
"Phil." This brown-eyed Lexing- 
ton Street Juniorite likes pizza, 
bowling, and Math with Mr. Cur- 
ry. W.H.S. wishes to you the best 
of luck, "Phil." 
Activities: Training cook in cafeteria 4. 



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RONALD COUGHLAN 

174 R. Newton Street 
Vocational 

"Ronnie" is often heard ex- 
claiming, "Oh yeah!" to friends, 
Swede, Don, and Jack. Favorites 
at W.H.S. are shop and theory 
classes. Outside school, cars and 
pizza come first. Future plans in- 
clude the auto body business and 
then the service. Good luck, "Ron- 
nie." 





SANDRA CRANE 
165 Chestnut Street 
Distributive Education 

Hazel-eyed "Sandy" can often 
be seen with Marcia, Pat, and 
Bobby during gym classes or at 
lunch periods, when she is usual- 
ly enjoying spaghetti or Chinese 
food. "Sandy's" future plans in- 
clude working after graduation. 
Best of luck in whatever you do! 
Activities: DECA 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD COX 

5 Canterbury Road 
College I 

"You goin' to Tony's?" asks 
"Don". of Mot, Bob, and Bill, when 
2:30 rolls around. "Eagle's" blue 
eyes dim when it comes to crowded 
lunches, but they brighten at the 
thought of scallops. This former 
North Juniorite is headed for col- 
lege. Good luck, "Don." 

Activities: Football 2; Track 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Talent Show 4. 




PAUL CRAPO 
5 Ivaloo Street 
College I 

Russian classes with Mr. Flagg 
will always be remembered by 
"Lamont." Reading and playing 
the piano are high on his list of 
interests, along with studying Ger- 
man with friends, Pete and Joe. 
Blue-eyed "Lamont" wishes to at- 
tend either Northeastern or Boston 
University as a Government major. 

Activities: German Club 2; Russian 
Club 2; Folk Song Club 2; Ski Club 2. 



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TIMOTHY COYE 

32 Prospect Street Avenue 
Vocational 

"Tim" can be found water-ski- 
ing or bowling at the A&A Alleys 
with Gerald, Mules, and Wily. 
"We don't know!" shouts "Tim" 
as he rushes to shop. A career in 
electronics awaits this blue-eyed 
senior after graduation. Best of 
luck in the future, "Tim." 




JUDITH GUSACK 
\ 35 Hatherly Road 
College II 

With a warning of "watch my 
lunch" to Jill and Sharon, "Jude" 
scurries away to buy more cookies 
and ice cream. "Jude's" favorites 
include football games, horseback 
riding, and Typing class with Mr. 
Tyner. Future plans include a ca- 
reer as an X-ray technician. . 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Maroon Squad 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Mr. Morang's 
Office Staff 4. 



ANDREW CRANE 
38 Clark Lane 
Technical 

"Welekahao!" (How about 
that?), yells popular "Andy" to 
Tim, Wig, and Mack as he rushes 
to one of Mr. Lynch's Math IV 
classes. When "Andy" isn't eat- 
ing "Kalua Puaa," he might be 
found working on his model rail- 
road or hiking. College beckons to 
"Andy" after graduation. Best of 
luck! 

Activities: Track 2, 3; Cross-Country 
2, 3; German Club 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; Crim- 
son Key 4. 




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ANN CUSANO 

360 Waverly Oaks Road 

Stenographic 

Vivacious Ann comes to us 
from Lexington Street Junior High. 
Jimmie, Connie, and Donna tell 
us that she enjoys English with 
Mr. Hood most, but that she hates 
all the bother about a corridor 
pass. Brown-eyed Ann, who could 
eat lasagna any time, aims for a 
secretarial career after graduation. 
Best of luck! 

Activities: Business Office Staff 2; 
Main Office Staff 3. 



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CLAIRE CUSANO 
106 Prospect Street 
Stenographic 

"Call ya," says Claire to Betty, 
Lois, and Paula. This future secre- 
tary loves pizza and Iasagna and 
finds shorthand classes a favorite' 
at W.H.S. She plans to go to a 
business college after graduation., 
Good luck always, Claire. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 4; Red Cross Representative 2. 





PAUL DALEY 

43 Lafayettee Street 
College II 

There's "no doubt about it," 
this senior loves subs and pizza. 
Math class and the 2:30 bell also 
rate highly on "Dooley's" list of 
favorites at W.H.S. He plans to 
go to college after graduation. We 
agree with Tony, Charlie, and Fros- 
ty that "Dooley" will succeed. 



RICHARD CYBULSKI 
30 Gilman Road 
College I 

Jerry, Peter, and Bill agree that 
"CB's" favorite subject is physics. 
"CB" readily says "take a break" 
when there's talk of going out for 
a sub. He hopes to attend North- 
eastern to prepare for a career as 
a Power Distribution Engineer. 
Activities: Audio Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Chemistry Club 4; German Club' 2, 
3, 4; Ski Club 4; Language Lab As- 
sistant 2, 3, 4. 




JOHN DALLY 

33 Alderwood Road 
College I 

John, who comes to us from 
Lexington Street Junior High, en- 
joys playing pool with his friends. 
Dennis, Bob, and Mike. Gym clas- 
ses and submarine sandwiches also 
rate A's with this witty college- 
bound senior. Best of luck always, 
John. 



MARY DACEY 
23 Wilmot Road 
College II 

When Mary isn't attending so- 
rority meetings, saying "No nice- 
ness there," studying in Mr. O'- 
Brien's Algebra Class, or talking 
with friends, Judy and Mary Ellen, 
she thinks about her future college 
plans, and her major in Education. 
Luck in the future, Mary. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Maroon Squad 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. 




MARIE DALY 
10 Porter Road 
College I 

When Marie's friends, Ruthie, 
Bobbi, and Franny ask her if she 
wants to purchase a high-priced 
drawing of a certain famous Eng- 
lish rock 'n' roll group, her only 
reply is "I doubt it." This skiing 
enthusiast also likes bowling, play- 
ing tennis, and vacations. Marie's 
future plans include a teaching 
career for college. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4- Mr. Bellie- 
veau's Office Staff 3, 4. 



VINCENT DAGOSTINO 

270 Bacon Street 
College II 

Chevies, steak, and English top 
"Vile's" list of favorites at W.H.S. 
Chick, Warren, and Ricky can tell 
us that he doesn't like certain 
studies or "Sitting Bull action." 
This senior plans to attend college 
after graduation. Good luck al- 
ways, "Vin." 




GEORGE DANGELMAYER 
25 Wyola Prospect 
College I 

One can easily tell that "Ted's" 
favorite subject at W.H.S. is Ger- 
man as he cries, "Wollen sack!" 
to his best pals Dave and Nelson. 
Rugged "Ted's" hobbies include 
skiing, playing tennis, and sailing. 
College is his future goal. Best of 
luck with whatever career you 
choose, "Ted"! 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4, President 
4; Basketball 3, 4; Crimson Key 3, 4. 



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ANDREW DANIELS 

37 Leonard Street 
College I 

All-Scholastic "Drew" tells his 
friends, Steve and Tom, to "Bring 
Peary," especially after the foot- 
ball games. This green-eyed, hand- 
some guard really perks up at the 
mention of subs or lunch. Future 
plans include a college career at 
A.I.C. Best of luck always, "Andy." 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4. 



CAROLYN DAVIDSON 

19 Upton Road 
College II 

"That's right!" yells "Davi" to 

Judy, Die, and Claire as she 

rushes to Mr. Prohovich's English 

class. Football games, ice skating, 

and spaghetti rate highly with this 

active girl. "Davi" eyes a college 

career and to her we wish the best 

of luck always. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Main Office Staff 4; Library 
Council 2, 3, 4. 






FRANCES DEARY 

8 Falmouth Road 
Honors 

"Franny" can often be seen 
standing in the halls before school 
with her friends, Ruthie, Bobbi, 
and Marie, selling drawings of 
certain well-known singing groups 
at exorbitant prices. This senior 
things the kids and Mr. Eames' Bi- 
ology class are the greatest. While 
waiting for the 2:30 bell "Franny" 
is often heard replying "Thank 
you, thing!" to her friends. 

Activities: Mirror Art Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Literary Staff 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Squad 
3, 4. 



RAYLENE DELAIRE 
8 Mayall Road 
Business 

Blue-eyed "Ray" enjoys Business 

Machines class at W.H.S. and 

working for Mr. Morang. Out of 

school, she may be seen bowling 

or ice skating with Gail, Carol, 

or Mary. After those strenuous 

sports, "Ray" would probably go 

home and eat fried chicken. She 

hopes to go to business school 

and work in a law office. 

Activities: Mr. Morgan's Office Staff 
4; Maroon Squad 4; Main Office Staff 
4; Clinic Staff 4. 



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JOHN DAVIS 
45 Gorham Street 
College II 

"Jack" really relishes his math 
class at W.H.S. but he admits his 
dislike for history. Friends, Paul, 
Burkey, and Robert, tell us that 
his favorite food is steak. "Jack's" 
pet peeve at W.H.S. is the one- 
way stairway, but the 2:30 bell 
rates an A + . Best of luck to this 
brown-eyed senior in his future 
career. 
Activities: Baseball 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4. 






KAREN DELFINO 
11 Naviens Lane 
College II 

Who will ever forget Karen, 
who captivated the audience when 
she portrayed Ada in the Senior 
Play? Witty, friendly Karen can 
always be found saying "Want to 
hear a. new joke?" to friends, 
Trisha, Jeanne, and Susan, or read- 
ing a novel of Steinbeck. College 
beckons to Karen, who eventually 
hopes to become an English teach- 
er. 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Senior Play 4; Main Office Staff 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Maroon Squad 4. 



JOYCE DAVIS 
29 Tudor Street 
College II 

Joyce likes the cafeteria "studies" 
best at W.H.S., but she dislikes 
the homework. Brown-eyed Joyce 
can often be seen enjoying Mr. 
Boyd's English classes or bowling 
with friends, Margie, Eloise, and 
Martha. Future plans include a col- 
lege education and a teaching ca- 
reer. 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4; Mr. 
Morang's Office Staff 4; Mr. Belliveau's 
Office Staff 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Pep 
Squad 4. 




ANTHONY DELOSA 
391-A River Street 
College II 

"Tony's" special interests at 
W.H.S. include managing our bas- 
ketball team. Pizza is his favorite 
snack, which he enjoys after school 
with friends, Sal, Paul, and Don. 
"Tony" dislikes having five sub- 
jects five times a week, except 
when the subjects are gym and 
math. Future plans point toward 
college next year. 
Activities: Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4. 



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RONALD DeMELLO 

95 Myrtle Street 
College I 

South Junior's loss was our gain 
in the form of Ronald DeMello. 
Ronald, who digs jazz music, trum- 
pet, and guitar playing, explains 
that he thinks W.H.S. is over- 
crowded! This senior can be seen 
sauntering to math or to the sub 
shop with Charlie, Bill, and 
George. College and a job as an 
airline pilot await this student. 




JEAN DiGREGORIO 
10 Naviens Lane 
Stenographic 

This brown-haired and brown- 
eyed girl enjoys eating pizza with 
Pat, Joyce, and Marie. Jean's fav- 
orite subject is English, and her 
pet peeve is homework. She hopes 
to attend business school and be- 
come a secretary. Good luck, Jean. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Main Office 
Staff 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Tal- 
ent Show 2. 



PATRICIA DeSAULNIERS 
107 Colonial Avenue 
Business 

"Trisha" come to us from West 
Junior High in Watertown and 
South Junior in Waltham. Horse- 
back riding, bowling, and dancing 
rate highly with "Trisha." Blonde 
haired and green-eyed, she can be 
found sharing fried clams with 
Karen, Sue, and Judy. Future plans 
include business school or nurs- 
ing. Good luck, "Trisha." 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Clinic Staff 
3, 4; Main Office Staff 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



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JOSEPH DeSISTO 
366 Waverly Oaks Road 
College I 

Popular "Joe" can be found 
either working out on the foot- 
ball field or fixing his car. He 
doesn't like the milk line but says, 
'"Don't worry about it!" to Tui, 
Paul, and Mike. This President of 
the Italian Club plans to enter 
the business administration field 
after college. Good luck, "Joe" ! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3; Mirror Business Staff 4; Student 
Council 4; Crimson Key 4. 



LINDA DiGREGORIO 

32 Wamsutta Avenue 
Business 

"Oh, great!" replies "Lynn" to 
her friends, Dianne, Pat, and Joyce, 
when she learns of the mixed-up 
school schedules. This girl, who 
comes to us from Lexington Street 
Junior, likes shorthand, Italian 
food, and sewing. Linda plan's to 
get a secretarial job after gradua- 
tion and eventually to become an 
executive secretary. 

Activities: Mr. Levy's Office Staff 2, 3; 
Pep Squad 2. 




ROBERT DION 
64 Garden Lane 
College II 

"Are you for real?" asks "Bob" 
and his friends, Bob, Joe, and Bill, 
after a questionable call at a bas- 
ketball or baseball game. This Lex- 
ington Street Junior alumnus likes 
bowling, basketball, democracy, 
subs, and pizza; he dislikes the 
cafeteria food. "Bob" plans to go 
to a junior college in the fall. 
Good luck! 



GERALD DiCECCA 

15 Smart Street 
Technical 

"Hey, Mac" is the greeting of 
Wig, Toy, and Jacky; "This is 
true" is "Mac's" reply. He enjoys 
everything about W.H.S. , especially 
classes with Mr. O'Brien and Mr. 
Lynch. Outside of school, lobster 
and sports cars take first place. 
"Mac" sees college in his future. 
Activities: German Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Langauge Lab Assistant 3; 
Chemistry Club 4; Audio-Visual 2. 




CLAIRE ANN DIONISIO 
42 Ho 11 ace Street 
Business 

"Oh yeah!" screams Claire as 
Waltham scores another touchdown. 
Along with Terry, Judy, and 
Carolyn, she joins in the Pep 
Squad's delighted squeals. After 
football games, these four enthusi- 
astic seniors love to eat Italian and 
Chinese food and to go bowling. 

Activities: Business Office Staff 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4. 



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PATRICIA DiTOMMASO 

100 Amherst Avenue 
College II 

Brown-eyed "Pat" yells 

"No-o-o!" to friends, Marilyn, 

Ruth, and Cathy, when her G 

block study rolls around . . . can 

hardly wait to go horseback riding. 

Mr. Meader's Math classes spark 

her day . . . W.H.S. may see 

"Pat" as a future teacher . . . 

Good luck, Pat! 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 4; Talent Show 4- Main Office 
Staff 3. 




EDWARD DONLE 

64 Greer Street 
College II 

Math is "Eddie's" greatest school 
interest, but as his best friends, 
Dick and "Fuss" know during 
free hours he enthusiastically par- 
ticipates in water skiing . . . future 
plans include college for this ac- 
tive, cheerful lad. Best of luck in 
your future, "Ed" ! 
Activities: Senior Play Committee 4. 





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JACQUELINE DOYLE 

65 Chaffee Street 
Stenographic 

"What!" exclaims "Jackie" 
when there's a fire drill. She thinks 
horseback riding and bowling are 
a real "blast." Eating pizza and 
Chinese food with "Dee Dee", Jan- 
ice, and Mary, rates high on her 
list of favorites. "Jackie's" future 
plans include a business school. 




JUDITH DOZOIS 

17 Wilton Street 
College I 

Effervescent "Judy," captain of 
the cheerleading squad, likes to 
cheer the W.H.S. football and bas- 
ketball teams to victory. English 
class is this vivacious girl's favor- 
ite, as best friends, Donna and Sue, 
know. College is on her agenda. 
Best of luck always, "Judy!" 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Student 

Council 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 

Newspaper Staff 2, 3; Mirror Business 
Staff 3, 4. 



PATRICIA DONNELLY 
258 Lowell Street 
Stenographic 

When Jean, Joyce, and Suzanne 
hear a cheerful "What's new?" 
they know that "Pat" is on her way 
to English. The kids and the dis- 
missal bell rate highly with "Pat," 
whose hobby is dancing. After 
graduation, "Pat" plans to become 
a secretary. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Talent Show 2. 







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DEANNE DOUCETTE 
92 Vernon Street 
Stenographic 

Attractive "Dee Dee" likes her 
English classes with Mrs. Shirley 
best at W.H.S. Her hobbies in- 
clude horseback riding and bowling 
with her friends, Jackie and Mar- 
gie. Much success in the future, 
"Dee Dee," and always keep smil- 
ing. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Mr. Bel- 
liveau's Office Staff 3- 







RICHARD DRECHSLER 

114 Lowell Street 
Business 

"Cool it!" says "Dick" as 
friends Al, Alberto, and Barbie, 
mention the homeroom periods at 
W.H.S. We know he looks for- 
ward to his bookkeeping classes 
with Mr. Flight. Future plans in- 
clude business school. Best of 
luck with your career, "Dick." 
Activities: Data Processing 3, 4. 




MARILYN DRONSEIKO 
4 Webster Street 
College II 

"Terrific" shouts "Mousy" as 
our football team makes the final 
touchdown, but her . comment is 
slightly different as she desperate- 
ly tries to find a chair at third 
lunch. She hopes to attend Fram- 
ingham State College and major in 
Dietetics. Good luck, Marilyn. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 4. 



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CHARLES S. DUFFER 
23 Tudor Street 
Vocational 

"Butch," who comes to us from 
L.S.J.H., agrees with Paul and 
Termite that lunches and football 
rallies really make school worth- 
while! This brown-eyed senior, 
who was secretary of his junior 
class, has not definite plans for 
the future. 

Activities: Vocational Views 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Student Council 3; Class 
Secretary 3. 




FRANCES DUNN 
84 Willow Street 
College I 

"Now, that's original!" exclaims 

perky "Frani" in Miss Tabor's 

English class. This former South- 

Juniorite enjoys homeroom period 

with Trisha, Karen, and Sue, but 

turns thumbs down on gym fines 

and cafeteria lunches. We wish her 

luck in her future in computer 

operation. 

Activities: Senior House Office Staff 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4. 




HARMON DUNBAR 
67 Loretta Road 
College I 

"What! are you kiddin' me," 
"Ha" shouts to Dave, Larry, and 
John, "No more subs left for 
third lunch?" Friendly Harmon 
especially enjoys Math class with 
Mr. Lynch. "Alvin," as he is fond- 
ly referred to in the senior play, 
plans to attend college and major 
in business administration. Viel 
Gluckl 

Activities: Senior Play 4; German Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 4; Band 2, 3. 




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ROBERT DUPREZ 
39 Hammond Street 
Business 

"Duke" can usually be seen 
playing pool after school . . . 
hails from Lexington Street Jun- 
ior High . . . favorite saying is 
"Ha Danny" . . . enjoys Chinese 
food "once in a while," or talk- 
ing with friends, Roy, Tom, and 
Mike. Good luck in the future, 
"Duke" ! 



WAYNE DUNHAM 
131 Berkely Street 
Vocational 

Shop is likable Wayne's favorite 
subject at W.H.S. He plans to 
work in a machine shop after re- 
ceiving his diploma. We wish 
you best of luck in the future, 
Wayne, and know that you will be 
a success. 




WALTER EATON 

34 Hatherly Road 
College I 

"Wally" is' an alumnus of Lex- 
ington Street Junior High, and as 
his friends, Rod, Larry, and Bob, 
disclose, he enjoys playing pool 
and swimming in his leisure time. 
College Plans are the major goal 
of this blond, blue-eyed senior. 
Good luck ! 



ELIZABETH DUNKERLEY 
53 Hillcroft Road 
College I 

"That French test was bad 
news," says "Liz" as she tromps 
to lunch. Laila and Joyce tell us 
that "Liz" enjoys biology labs and 
Miss Parris' French classes most 
at W.H.S. After a hot day in the 
new building, "Liz" is more than 
ready for a coffee frappe. Her fu- 
ture plans include college, then, 
teaching biology. 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
French Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
Chemistry Club 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. 




PAUL ELKINS 
62 Turner Street 
College II 

"Rebel" shrieks to Swede, Ray, 
and Baboon when lunch rolls 
around at W.H.S. When not eat- 
ing roast beef, he can be found 
working on cars, one of his fav- 
orite hobbies. This former North 
Juniorite looks toward Northeastern 
to prepare for a career in engineer- 
ing. 

Activities: Football 2; Rifle Club 2; Au- 
dio Visual 2. 



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NORMAN ELLIOTT 
28 Indian Road 
College I 

Billy, Bo, and Buzzie will tell 
you that, math lights up "Norm's" 
hazel eyes. Cafe studies and home- 
work really "fake him out." Norm 
thinks corridor passing is great . . . 
looks like either Colby or Purdue 
for this great pitcher of our 
championship baseball team. 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 
2, 3, 4. 




JOSEPH FACENDA 
27 Addison Road 
College I 

"Is that right?" When they hear 
this, Dave, Al, and Ron know 
"Joe" is around. English is his 
favorite subject, but steak and the 
2:30 bell also rate highly with 
him. We wish "Joe" the best of 
luck in college, where he plans 
to study business administration. 



DOROTHY ELWELL 
205 Ash Street 
Business 

"That's life," shrugs merry Doro- 
thy when she bowls a miserable 
game or walks into an over- 
crowded lunch period. This blue- 
eyed blonde places Democracy 
classes with Mr. Blossom and 
friends, Donna, Sally, and Claire, 
at the top of her list. Good luck 
in your future as a hairdresser, 
Dorothy ! 
Activities: Clinic Staff 3, 4. 



LAWRENCE ENOS 
25 Elson Road 
College I 

A former student of Lexington 
Street Junior High, "Larry" en- 
joys the cafeteria studies most at 
Waltham High. When "Larry" 
isn't scoring another point for the 
football or track teams, you can 
find this popular senior eating 
steak with Bob, John, and Pete. 
"Larry," whose favorite subject is 
math, is college-bound after gradua- 
tion. Best of luck to one of WHS's 
best! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4. 




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BERNADETTE FALZONE 
I Lawton Place 
Distributive Education 

Brown-eyed "Bunnie" enjoys 
English class with Mr. Damian 
and the football games at W.H.S. 
the most. This popular senior likes 
dancing and bowling with friends, 
Linda, Joyce, and Patty. After 
graduation she plans to attend 
business school. Good luck, "Bun- 
nie." 




JAMES FALZONE 
48 Bright Street 
Vocational 

Friendly "Fal's" favorite subject 

is math . . . girls and lunches 

really thrill him, as friends, Ralph, 

Van, and Ron, will attest . . . 

can often be heard saying "go 

away little girl" at a party. "Fal" 

plans to take it easy for a while 

and then enter the U.S. Marines. 

Activities: Talent Show 3; Junior Prom 
3; Youth Council 4; Football 2; Ma- 
roon Squad 4. 



DOUGLAS ERICKSON 

5 Dennison Street 
College II 

"Cheese and crackers!" says 
Douglas crisply. Hailing from 
Salem, South Dakota, "Doug" en- 
joys eating pizza with companions, 
Bill and Rick. He participates en- 
thusiastically in sports such as 
basketball, baseball, and hunting, 
which he enjoys along with favor- 
ite school subjects economics and 
Algebra II. A college education is 
his future goal. 




SALVATORE FALZONE 
I Lawton Place 
College I 

"Sal" can be seen at basketball 
games with his friends, Ellen, 
Tony, and Greg. Coin collecting, 
democracy class, and pizza rate 
highly with this former South 
Juniorite, who plans to attend col- 
lege after graduation. W.H.S. 
wishes you the best of luck! 

Activities: German Club 3; Chi Sigma 
Gamma 4. 



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ELLEN FARRELL 

42 Washington Avenue 

Business 

This sparkling senior formerly 
attended South Junior . . . can 
be frequently heard to say, "Next 
joke!" . . . loves bowling and bas- 
ketball . . . enjoys eating spaghetti 
with Judie and Feffi . . . plans to 
attend business school after grad- 
uation. Best of luck, "Ellie." 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Talent Show 
4. 




RICHARD FEDELE 

48 Francis Street 
College II 

"Woop pee do," says "Dick" 
as he sees a certain person in 
school. "Dick" likes all sports 
and roast beef, and often com- 
plains to Joe, Jessie, and Dickie 
about the lack of student parking 
facilities at W.H.S. He plans to 
enter the service after graduation. 



PATRICK J. FARRELL 

261 Linden Street 
College II 

"One for all, all for one, and 
every man for himself," jokes "Pat" 
before he goes skin diving, hunt- 
ing or fishing with his friends, 
Bill, Bob, or Dick. Pat plans to 
exchange his suit coat and tie for 
Navy blues after graduation. 




JAMES FERRANTE 
29 Gilman Road 
College II 

Active in C.Y.O., "Jim" always 
enjoys a feast of steak and cake 
with his friends, Ron, Jim F., 
and Dick. Other favorites include 
physics class and the 2:30 dismis- 
sal bell. Future plans include a col- 
lege education. Good luck in the 
future, "Jim." 
Activities: Rifle Club 3, 4. 



DIANNE FAULKNER 
76 Upton Road 
College I 

"Di" loves to cheer for our 
team . . . English classes with 
Miss Paquette will always be re- 
membered by this vivacious stu- 
dent . . . college and then a ca- 
reer as an elementary school teach- 
er are on her agenda. Best of luck 
always, Dianne! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Library Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4. 




MARY ANN FERRARO 
110 Hillcrest Road 
College II 

Tiny "Midge" can usually -be 
heard groaning, "I'm starved!" to 
her buddies, Steve, Pam, and Skip. 
This is usually a hint to eat out 
at a Chinese restaurant. Since it 
never works, Maryann ends up 
fighting with Skip, which, believe 
it or not, is her favorite pastime. 
Peppy "Midge" will go to Robert 
and .Richard Beauty School after 
graduation. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



FRED FAULKNER 
92 Stow Street 
College I 

When not in school enjoying 
Mr. Foley's Math Class, Fred 
can be seen bowling, fishing, or 
swimming. This college-bound sen- 
ior, whose friends include Ted, 
Dave, and Tom, dislikes short 
lunches and waiting for the bus 
after school. Good luck, Fred ! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 2; Chemistry Club 4. 




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JOHN FERRO 

102 Orange Street 
Vocational 

"Hey, dig this!" yells brown- 
eyed John to the other Montclairs 
when he hits a new beat on his 
drums. You've probably seen this 
talented senior in W.H.S. talent 
shows, so it comes as no surprise 
that he plans to study at the Berke- 
ley School of Music, and "some- 
day" have his own music school! 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; Student 
Monitor 4; Student Government Ex- 
change Committee 3. 



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ROBERT FINE 

148 Ravenswood Avenue 
College II 

Bob can be seen roaming through 
the corridors of W.H.S., meeting 
his friends, Bob, Dave, and Rich. 
This North Junior alumnus likes 
swimming, fishing, steak, and Eng- 
lish class. Bob plans to enter the 
field of medical technology. W.H.S. 
wishes you luck! 

Activities: Track Team 2; Cross Coun- 
try 3; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Chi 
Sigma Gamma 4. 



ELEANOR FIORILLO 
5 Charlotte Road 
Business 

"How's ya mother?" is the fav- 
orite expression of this future X- 
ray technician. English class with 
Mr. Prohovich also rates highly 
with Eleanor. "Swifty" can usually 
be found eating spaghetti and meat- 
balls with George, Bob, and Paula. 
Boys-, cars, and dances are among 
her favorites, especially boys. After 
graduation, she plans to attend 
Northeastern. 





SHEILA FITZPATRICK 

40 Gilbert Street 
Honors 

Spaghetti, homeroom periods, 
and English classes would be blue- 
eyed Sheila's idea of heaven. Mary 
Lea, Maury, and June all agree 
with her that crowded lunches are 
the worst times at W.H.S. The fu- 
ture for this smiling coleen in- 
cludes a college education. Good 
luck, Sheila. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Lan- 
guage Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; English 
Office Staff 4; French Club 2, 4. 







SUSAN FLANDERS 
361 Bacon Street 
Stenographic 

"Clank" thinks football games, 
rallies, and school lunches are the 
greatest at W.H.S. She can usual- 
ly be found eating Chinese food 
with her friends, Pat, Cindy, and 
Debbie. Her future plans include 
business school or preparatory 
school. Good luck, "Clank!" 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 2, 3. 



ROBERT FITZGERALD 
125 Marlborough Road 
College II 

"Fitz," who claims his three 
best friends are "John, Paul, and 
Ringo" (what about George?), 
comes to W.H.S. from L.S.J.H. 
Roast beef and girls, not necessarily 
in that order, are a couple of 
"Bob's" favorite things. Good luck 
next year in college, "Fitz!" 
Activities: Football Team 3, 4. 




WILLIAM FLETCHER 
51 Columbus Avenue 
Vocational 

Bill enjoys horse-racing and play- 
ing chess with his buddies, Dick, 
Jimmy, and Carl. This former 
North Juniorite likes the new elec- 
tronic equipment best about W.H.S-, 
but he dislikes the crowded cafe. 
After graduation, Bill plans to 
enter the service. Good luck, Bill. 



PAULA FITZPATRICK 
54 Mayall Road 
Business 

"Fitzy" comes to W.H.S. from 
St. Mary's. Paul, Nora, and Elea- 
nor tell us that Shorthand classes 
with Miss Mooney are the high- 
lights of Paula's curriculum. This 
blue-eyed blonde hopes to attend 
college after graduation. Good luck 
in your college career. 

Activities: Mirror Art Staff 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Mr. Belliveau's Office Staff 
4. 




PETER FLYNN 
66 Vernon Street 
College II 

Artistic "Benny," who comes to 
W.H.S. via North Junior High, 
likes eating Italian food and play- 
ing the drums. Friends tell us 
that "Benny's" art skill is fantas- 
tic. Future plans include attending 
the Massachusetts College of Art 
and, eventually, becoming a com- 
mercial artist. 



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PATRICIA FOLEY 
79 Greer Street 
College II 

"Fol," who came to W.H.S. 
from St. Charles High likes Eco- 
nomics with Mr. Gilliam and the 
studies in the cafe with Jeanne 
or Janet. When "Pat" whines, 
"Oh, but that's gross," she means 
she dislikes the short time for pass- 
ing. Outside of school, Patty en- 
joys mountain climbing, and water 
skiing with Dickie. Next year 
"Fol" plans to go to college. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Newspaper 
Staff 4; Maroon Squad 4; Talent Shows 
3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 




KENNETH FRAIZE 
38 Brown Street 
Vocational 

Photography and math class are 
high on "Ken's" list of special 
favorites. This brown-eyed musi- 
cian's fondest memories will be of 
steak with his friends and of 
being an active member of the 
W.H.S. band. We wish you luck, 
"Ken." 
Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. 



KARYN FORBES 
151 South Street 
Stenographic 

"I might," says Karyn when 
having talks with Marcia, Pauline, 
and Mary in shorthand classes. 
This future secretary enjoys bowl- 
ing and ice skating more than any- 
thing. As far as food goes, pizza 
is a must. This blonde intends to 
skate rings around a future boss. 
Good luck, Karyn! 




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LAURENCE FRAIZE 
38 Brown Street 
College II 

"Larry" comes to W.H.S. from 
South Junior High . . . likes eco- 
nomics class and singing . . . 
doesn't like the overcrowded con- 
ditions at W.H.S. Dave, John, 
and Greg, know he'll do well in 
college, working with IBM com- 
puters. Good luck always! 

Activities: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4. 



PATRICIA FOSKIN 

31 Middle Street 
Distributive Education 

"Patty" says, "Forget the whole 

thing!" when her friends mention 

the cafeteria lunches or afternoon 

sessions . . . Mr. Damian's English 

class rates an "A" . . . can be 

seen with Johnny and Bunnie . . . 

future plans include business 

school and then a career. 

Activities: DECA 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Clinic Staff 3. 




JAMES FRANCIS 
65 Fiske Street 
College II 

"Jim," a former North Junior- 
ite, winces at the thought of fail- 
ing subjects or obtaining sessions. 
His friends reveal that "Jim's" fu- 
ture goal is to attend college and 
to major in business administration. 
May success be yours, "Jim," in 
whatever you choose to do. 



MARY FOUGERE 
28 Rumford Avenue 
Stenographic 

Mary, better known as "Doris" 
to Patty, Dee Dee, and Karyn, 
can usually be found roller skat- 
ing, bowling, or swimming. Short- 
hand with Miss Mooney is a big 
favorite of this future secretary. 
"Yas," exclaims Doris when of- 
fered a dish of spaghetti and meat- 
balls. 




MAXIME FRIGAULT 

73 Cherry Street 
Vocational 

This former South Juniorite's 
fondest memories will be of his- 
tory classes at the Vocational High 
. . . pals, Tom, Dopy, and Dave 
agree — spaghetti and skiing rate 
highly with Max. He sees the serv- 
ice in his future plans. Best of 
luck in all your endeavors. 



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ROY FROST 
36 Dexter Street 
College II 

Blond, brown-eyed "Frosty," 
who came to W.H.S. via South 
Junior High, relishes fried lobsters. 
"Sneakers on you!" is his frequent 
saying heard by his best pals, Mike 
and Paul. We wish you the best 
of luck in whatever you do, Roy. 




RENAE GALLAGHER 
18 Elmhurst Terrace 
College II 

Steak is tops with this brown- 
eyed senior. "Ray" likes the 2:30 
dismissal bell and cafeteria lunches 
at W.H.S. He can usually be heard 
saying "Oh, you are tough," to 
Tom, Tony, and Murphie. Elec- 
trical engineering is in "Ray's" fu- 
ture. 



ELLEN FUCCI 

158 Forest Street 
College II 

"Hi ya!" screeches "Mouse" as 
she greets Sal, Tina, and Cindy on 
her way to the Language Lab. "No 
kidding," she exclaims as she 
learns she should be going to 
clothing class. This former Lexing- 
ton Street Juniorite hopes to train 
as a nurse at either Boston City 
Hospital or St. Elizabeth's. 

Activities: Chemistry Club 4; French 
Club 4. 




EDWARD GANDOLFO 

248 Warren Street 
College I 

Lovable "Ned" loves basketball 
and subs, but thinks friends Hemo, 
Brian, and Artie are "not too 
agile." This St. Charles alumnus 
can hardly wait for some excite- 
ment during homeroom period. 
"Ned" sets his sights on B. C. 
after graduation. "O-kay, Gan- 
dolfe," good luck from Wendell. 
Activities: Basketball 3, 4. 



JO-ANN FUCCI 

158 Forest Street 
College II 

"Queenie" comes to us from 
Lexington Street Junior High. She 
likes many things about W.H.S., 
especially democracy, English, and 
art classes. Outside of school she 
enjoys skating, reading, and munch- 
ing fried chicken with Donna, 
Caryl, and Rita. Future plans in- 
clude Massachusetts College of Art. 
Activities: Cafeteria Staff 4. 




ROBERT GANGI 
155 Willow Street 
College I 

Sports and baking take up much 
of this active lad's spare time. 
"Bob" is always looking forward 
to attending his Math class with 
Mr. Lynch and eating Italian food 
with best friends, Don, Ron and 
Bob. "Bob" plans to attend North- 
eastern; we wish him luck. 



BARBARA FURNE 
29 Barbara Road 
Honors 

Armed with an attractive smile, 
Barbara always has the situation 
in hand, whether she is addressing 
the Latin Club or engaged in a 
lively debate. "Bunny" especially 
enjoys her opportunity to partici- 
pate in our program with Brandeis 
University. This Honors Course 
Miss plans to attend a liberal arts 
college and major in English. We 
know she will be successful. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, President 
4, Secretary 3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; 
Library Council 3, 4, Secretary 3; 
F.T.A. 3, 4, Recorder 4. 

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JANICE GARLAND 
147 Trapelo Road 
Business 

Brown-eyed Janice wishes that 
the cafeteria would serve her fav- 
orite food, ice cream and Oreos. 
This ex-North Juniorite enjoys 
horseback riding with Jill, Judy, 
and Anne. Janice looks forward to 
attending a business school after 
graduation. Good luck, Janice! 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



ALLAN GAUDET 
32 Rosewood Drive 
College I 

"I'll never tell!" says "Al" to 
Carl, Ray, and Bob, who came 
from South Junior. This active stu- 
dent enjoys economics and Math 
classes with Mr. Lynch. Bowling 
is "Al's" favorite sport, and he 
aims to roll a strike at college 
after graduation. 



EDNA GAUDET 
32 Middle Street 
Business 

Edna, who dislikes crowded 
corridors and large, noisy home- 
rooms, enjoys bowling, swimming, 
hiking, and eating cheeseburgers. 
"Eddie" likes Mr. Belliveau and 
bookkeeping most at W.H.S., as 
Patty or Anne will tell you. This 
North Junior graduate plans to 
become a business accountant. 
Good luck, "Eddie"! 




THOMAS GEMELLI 

26 Bennett Street 
College II 

"I love me!" is rather an un- 
usual favorite saying, but "Gunner" 
is an unusual boy. Besides conven- 
tional sports, Tom likes yodeling, 
mountain climbing, and dragon- 
slaying. Tom doesn't enjoy lunches 
since lasagna, his favorite food, 
isn't served. "Gunner" also likes 
English and a few of his teachers, 
Mr. Prohovich, Mr. O'Brien, and 
Mr. Lynch. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
2; Football 2. 



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JANICE GIAMPIETRO 
75 Charlotte Road 
College 11 

English class and lunch are 
tops with this college-bound girl. 
Sharon, Doris, and "Clank" tell 
us that Janice is a lover of onion 
rings and Oreos, but that she dis- 
likes the mobbed corridors at 
W.H.S. Plans for her future may 
include a career in psychology. 

Activities: Student Council 2, 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Maroon Squad 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 



ROBERT GAUDET 
130 Princeton Avenue 
Vocational 

Robert came to W.H.S. from 
St. Pierre's and Lexington Street 
Junior High. "Frog" enjoys water 
skiing, bowling, and eating pizzas 
or subs with friends, Ray, Sandy, 
and Reggie. His favorite subject 
is Algebra, but he also likes his 
History class with Mr. Hertigan. 
"Bob" plans to be a machinist 
after graduation. 




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DENNIS GILL 
16 Chester Lane 
Business 

"Watch that lump on my head!" 
says "Gill," whose favorite pas- 
time, strange as it seems, is falling 
out of trees. After graduation, 
"Gill" plans to attend the Boston 
School of Barbering. Along with 
his many friends, W.H.S. wishes 
him the best of luck in the future. 



EDWARD GAUDETTE 

32 Adams Street 
Business 

"Eddie" is a former South 
Juniorite . . . likes bookkeeping 
class, submarine sandwiches, and 
all sports . . . friends are John, 
Dick, and Al . . . plans to go on to 
college — W.H.S. wishes you good 
luck in the future, "Eddie." 




EDMUND GILLI 
141 Dale Street 
College II 

"Chicky" will always remember 
cafeteria studies, major sessions, 
and Math class with Mr. Curry. He 
enjoys fixing pick-up trucks and 
eating ice cream. The future will 
find him pursuing a career in 
politics after completing a course 
at Wentworth. 



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MARILYN GILLIGAN 
117 Whitman Road 
College 

"I doubt it!" exclaims brown- 
eyed "Gill" to Doris, Jan, and 
Lynne. Tops with "Gill" are fried 
chicken, Mr. Prohovich's English 
class, and swimming. After college, 
"Gill" hopes to teach school. Good 
luck in your teaching career, 
Marilyn. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Maroon 
Squad 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
French Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4. 




PATRICIA GIROLAMO 
72 Kingston Road 
Honors 

This busy senior is the ticket 

chairman of both the Senior Play 

and the Talent Show, as well as 

being Treasurer of the Latin Club. 

"Ubi dubi . . ." says "Pat" to 

Franz and "The Gang" on her 

way to Chin Inn for Chinese food 

or to Miss Tabor's English class. 

College is next for this happy 

senior. 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff 4; 

Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Senior 

Play 4; Talent Show 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4. 



PATRICK GILLIS 

16 Francis Street 
Vocational 

If cafeteria lunches were all 
steak, and if gym were all basket- 
ball, "Pat" would never want to 
graduate. This brown-eyed North 
Juniorite, who finds math his 
favorite subject, plans to attend 
night school after graduation to 
continue in welding. Best of luck 
in the future, "Pat" ! 




ALFRED GIROUARD 
151 Robbins Street 
Vocational 

"Geronimo" can be heard ex- 
claiming, "Isn't that too bad!" 
while talking to his friends, R. 
LeBlanc, R. Cormier, and R. 
Gaudet. Algebra, lunch, swimming 
and baseball rate highly with this 
brown-haired, blue-eyed senior. The 
service is in "Al's" future. Good 
luck! 



SALLY GILMORE 
120 Lowell Street 
Business 

Sally comes to us by way of 
South Junior and St. Charles. Gym 
classes don't agree with this senior, 
as Elaine, Ann, and Mary-Lou will 
tell you. Sally enjoys working in 
the Senior House Office because 
she is gaining valuable experience. 
Good luck with your future as a 
clerk-typist, Sally. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 




PHYLLIS GIUNGNO 

170 Bright Street 
College 1 

This cute senior comes to us 
from South Junior High ... en- 
joys eating onion rings with her 
friends, Anne, Daren, and Phyl 
. . . dislikes gym class most about 
W.H.S. . . . plans to attend college 
after graduation. Best of luck, 
"Phil" ! 






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JOANNE GIORGIANNI 
706 Trapelo Road 
Business 

Brown-eyed "George" likes dem- 
ocracy and cafeteria studies with 
Artie, Patty, and Joanie best about 
W.H.S. . . . spends spare time 
bowling, water skiing, and eating 
pizza . . . came to us from Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High . . . plans 
to attend junior college after grad- 
uation. Best of luck in the future, 
Joanne. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; English Office Staff 4; Main 
Office Staff 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3. 




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ELIZABETH GIUSTI 

2*4 Sun Street 
Business 

An admirer of Mr. Prohovich's 
English class, "Liz" loves to eat 
out. This jovial North Junior 
graduate agrees with Donna, 
Delores, and Ann that the lunches 
are too crowded. She plans to be- 
come a clerk-typist. Her favorite 
saying? ... "I want fried clams!" 
Her favorite food? . . . Guess! 



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WILLIAM GOLLAN 

28 Eddy Street 
College II 

"Willie" comes to us from St. 
Mary's High and especially likes 
his new friends, as Rod and Willie 
know. This blue-eyed boy spends 
his free time playing hockey, ski- 
ing, and swimming. His future 
plans include either college or 
the service. 



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GERALD GORMAN 

14 Winthrop Street 
Vocational 

A frequent visitor at the A&A 

bowling lanes, "Jerry" might be 

seen eating pizza with Mule, Tim, 

and Rico. The best things at 

W.H.S. to "Jerry" are the short 

cd-ed lunch periods. Good luck 

in the service, "Jerry." 

Activities: Vocational Views 4; Mirror 
Staff 4, Vocational Editor 4. 




GRACIE 

404 Linden Street 
Friend 

Our Gracie has been spreading 
sunshine at W.H.S. since 1952. 
As she scurries from one room to 
another, she makes everyone's 
day brighter with her winning 
smile and cheery "Hello." When 
we think back to our days at 
W.H.S., we will automatically re- 
member Gracie, for they are one 
and the same. The class of 1965 
wishes the best of everything to 
Gracie, the spirit of Waltham 
High. 



MARJORY GREEN 

55 Whittier Avenue 
College I 

"I'm hungry," echoes through 

the halls of the old wing when 

"Margie" is heading for Mrs. 

Bowman's English class. The 

starvation which precedes third 

lunch annoys "Margie," but she 

admits that eating and talking 

with Susan, Joyce, and Cathy is 

well worth the wait. "Margie" 

hopes to major in English at 

Boston State College. Maybe 

"Margie" will return to S-013 in 

a few years as a teacher. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Mr. Belliveau's Office 

Staff 4. 



JUDITH GOODE 

111 Riverview Avenue 
College II 

"Judy's hazel eyes light up 

whenever she's put behind the 

wheel and set in the direction of 

a basketball or hockey game. Fried 

chicken, homeroom -with Miss 

Tabor, and lunch with Lynda, 

Ruth, and Carol rate highly with 

"Judy." After graduation, she plans 

to attend Fisher Junior College. 

Best of luck, "Judy." 

Activities: Mr. Belliveau's Staff 2, 3, 
4; Library Council 3; Maroon Squad 
3; Graduation Usherette 3. 



JOSEPH GOSSELIN 
100 Prospect Street 
College II 

"Oooh yeeah!" says this brown- 
eyed lad to his friends, Gee, Cozzy, 
and Bruno, on the way to Tech 
Drawing . . . likes cars, girls, and 
work . . . plans to go to college. 
W.H.S. wishes you the best of 
luck, "Goe"! 
Activities: Audio-visual Staff 2, 3, 4. 




SUSAN GREEN 
20 Jacqueline Road 
College II 

This blonde loves English with 

Mr. Prohovich and Math with Mr. 

Foley best at W.H.S. . . . came 

to us from Brookline High. She 

enjoys folk singing, swimming, 

and chocolate sodas with chocolate 

chip ice cream, with friends, Char- 

lene, Judy, and Carolyn. When 

thinking of future plans in nursing, 

"Sue" says, "Crimminy Crumpets!" 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 4; Red 
Cross Representative 4; Mirror Sub- 
scription Staff 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 



WILLIAM GREGORICUS 
79 Temple Road 
College II 

"Chug-a-mug!" says blond, blue- 
eyed "Billy" to his best friends, 
Buzzy and Butch. W.H.S. will 
never forget Billy, who was our 
enthusiastic leader of those 
"secret" rallies after lunch. A 
career in the service is this boy's 
aim, and we hope he will be a 
tremendous success. 



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PAUL GROPPI 

85 Potter Road 
Business 

"Is that right?" quips "Grop" 
to his friends, Ray, Rich, and Pete. 
A former South Juniorite, "Grop"* 
likes to tinker with cars and to 
attend bookkeeping class. Next in 
line for "Grop" is college. Best 
of luck, "Grop," in whatever you 
choose. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3. 




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JOSEPH GUELLI 

261 Newton Street 
Vocational 

"Butcher," a former 
Juniorite, can be found, 
spare time, fixing cars with Steve 
and Pete. This blue-eyed blond 
enjoys his theory class at W.H.S. 
He thinks happily of the future 
and a career in the field of auto 
mechanics. 



DONNA GROSS 
101 Pond End Road 
College II 

"Gee Whiz," squeals Donna as 

Waltham High scores another 

touchdown. Changing classes, 

rallies, and assemblies rate an 

A+ with this blue-eyed Miss. 

When not doing homework, she 

can be found sampling a pizza or 

a sub with Connie, Ellen, and Pat. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Red Cross 
Representative 4. 




SHARON HALLORAN 
1776 Trapelo Road 
College II 

Coming to us from Lexington 
Street Junior, friendly Sharon likes 
English with Girg, Stick, and 
Chris best at W.H.S. Sharon, who 
is active in her C.Y.O., hopes to 
attend the University of Massachu- 
setts and eventually to become a 
nurse. Good luck always ! 



FRANK GRUETER 
51 Madison Road 
College I 

Blond, blue-eyed "Chip" comes 

to us from Lexington Junior High. 

"Chip" says, "tough" to John, 

Rick, and Bob about classes and 

one-way stairways. When this 

busy boy is not presiding over a 

C.Y.O. meeting, he can be found 

enjoying subs. Luck always, 

"Chip." 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 
4; Football 4; Basketball 2. 




JOHN HAMMOND 
118 Virginia Road 
College I 

Quiet "Jack" deplores the lack 
of mirrors in the boys' rooms at 
W.H.S. This creative senior en- 
joys painting and writing in his 
spare time and is also active in 
DeMolay. Friends, Bob, Tom, and 
Doug, wish him luck in his future 
at art school and, possibly, a career 
in the theater. 



RONALD GUDBRANDSEN 

25 Huntington Street 
College I 

"You love it and you know it," 
states "Gud" as his friends, Dick, 
Dave, and "Birch" exclaim that 
they hate biology and math 
classes. This jovial blue-eyed lad 
plans to attend college, and he 
looks forward to business adminis- 
tration. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Audio- 
Visual Staff 2. 




JOHN HANLON 
21 Taylor Street 

Distributive Education 

"Let them have no rest," says 
"Uncle Johnny" to his friends, 
Bugsy and Victor. John enjoys 
studying English and going to 
school. This bright-eyed senior 
aspires to being a tremendous suc- 
cess in the business world. Good 
luck, John ! 



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MARY HANSBERRY 
22 Hardy Street 
Honors 

"Mary D.," as "The Gang" 
calls her, can usually be found 
busily editing the school news- 
paper, This Week at W.H.S. In 
her leisure time, this Honors 
Course senior enjoys playing the 
piano, swimming, and skating. 
With college in her future, she 
plans to major in English. To 
Mary we wish the best of every- 
thing! 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Co- 
editor 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 
3, Vice-President 4; Mirror Literary 
Staff 3, 4; Senior Play 4. 




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PETER HARDY 

314 Bacon Street 
College I 

Remember the Watertown foot- 
ball game? Well, if you do, you 
certainly remember the scoring 
done by #24, "Pete" Hardy. But 
when his buddies tried to con- 
gratulate him on his great per- 
formance, he replied, "You're 
out of there." Besides the football 
team, Peter is on the track and 
hockey teams . . . Naturally sports 
rallies are tops. Peter hopes to 
attend Bowdoin College. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 
3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 



KENNETH HARRIS 
83 Lake Street 
College II 

Blond "Kenny" comes to 
W.H.S. from Warwick, Rhode 
Island. "You'd better believe it!" 
shouts "Kenny" when speaking^ 
of his list of favorites: stumps, 
mashed potatos, and Physics class 
with Mr. Brunshwig. Friends, 
Tommy, Pete, and Tarz agree he'll 
do well in college. 




DAVID HART 

1197 Main Street 
Business 

Miss Devane's English class rates 
highly with "Dave," but it can't 
compare with attending parties 
with Steve, Joe, and Carmine. The 
cafeteria hustle annoys him, and' 
he is always disappointed at the 
absence of fried clams. After 
graduation, he hopes to attend col- 
lege. 
Activities: Talent Show 4. 



DIANE HARGREAVES 
356 Bacon Street 
Honors 

"What's new?" grins Diane. 

This senior could spend all her 

spare time skiing, but being ticket 

chairman of the Senior play and 

an Honors student doesn't leave 

her much spare time. When "The 

Gang" hears her distinctive laugh, 

they know "Harv" is on the way. 

Good luck to this future teacher! 

Activities: Class Treasurer 3; French 
Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Senior 
Play 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4. 




NORMAN HART 

11 Falmouth Road 
Business 

"Norm" enjoys roast beef . . . 
favorite subject is Business Law 
. . . brown eyes, brown hair . . . 
best friends are Bob, John, and 
Bill . . . likes the 2:30 bell best 
about W.H.S. plans to attend Bent- 
ley College of Accounting . . . 
Best of luck always, "Norm." 



JAMES HARRIMAN 
194 Beal Road 
Honors 

Blue-eyed Jim, an avid sports 
fan, enjoys his U.S. and World 
Affairs class. Active in DeMolay, 
Jim likes Chinese food and is 
glad that he will graduate before 
double sessions come to W.H.S. 
When in doubt, Jim will "punt," 
and he is a lively member of 
"The Gang." Jim plans to attend 
college and major in Political Sci- 
ence. 

Activities: Minor Literary Staff 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Newspaper 
Staff 4; Debating Club 4; Language 
I.ab 2, 4. 




SHARON HASKELL 
55 Gregory Street 
College I 

"You're a nut!" exclaims 
"Ronni" when having a gab-fest 
with Peggie, Carol, and Sandy. 
When not attending Rainbow or 
church fellowship, she is either 
waterskiing, singing, or boy-watch- 
ing. Among her favorites at 
W.H.S. are the student teachers 
and the Housemaster System. Fu- 
ture plans include attending a 
junior college. 
Activities: Senior Class Secretary 4. 



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ROBERTA HAWKINS 
14 Fairfax Road 
College I 

This North Juniorite loves foot- 
ball games and Algebra classes 
with Mr. Fitzgerald best at W.H.S. 
When not attending football games, 
"Bobbi" can usually be found eat- 
ing pizza with Ruthie, Frannie, and 
Marie. Future plans include sec- 
retarial school. Good luck, "Bob- 
bie." 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Gradua- 
tion Usherette 3; French Club 2, 3; 
Language Lab Assistant 2, 3; Mirror 
Business Staff 4. 




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ELIZABETH HEMMERLIN 

210 Lake Street 

Business 

From Lexington Street Junior 

High comes Elizabeth Hemmerlin 

who explains that she enjoys school 

rallies best of all at W.H.S. Liz 

loves indulging in Chinese food 

and pizza with Wicky, Pam, and 

Cheryl. We wish her good luck in 

the future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Red Cross 
Representative 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Student Council 2. 





WAYNE HENRY 

193 Winter Street 
College It 

"Is that right?" Wayne aske 
of his friends Chauncy and John 
over a meal of meatball subs. 
This intelligent math enthusiast 
came to us from Lexington Street 
Junior High School. We salute 
you, Wayne, and good luck in the 
service. 



GREGORY HENTZI 
59 Brown Street 
College I 

"Greg's" brown eyes really 
sparkle at the mention of a history 
class at Waltham High. His friends 
disclose that his main ambition is 
to attend college after graduation, 
and be a major in Political Sci- 
ence. Good luck in the future, 
"Greg," and keep smiling. 



LINDA HENEBURY 
25 Wyola Prospect 
Business 

Pizza and fried clams is Linda's 
idea of "Big Doin's" as well as 
attending the W.H.S. great foot- 
ball and basketball games with 
her friends, Georgi and Marti. A 
secretarial career is this girl's am- 
bition. We wish you good luck 
always, Linda! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Business 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4. 





KATHIE HERLIHY 
106 Thornton Road 
Distributive Education 

"Mousie's" hobby is talking, 
preferably with her friends Arthur, 
Donna, and Ray, when she isn't 
eating ice cream sodas or enjoying 
football and basketball games and 
skiing. Her future plans include a 
junior college and a career In hair 
styling. 
Activities: Student Council 3; DEC A 4. 




DAVID HENRY 

21 Gorham Street 
Distributive Education 

"How we doing?" Dave can 
often be heard asking his friends, 
Bill S., Bill H., and Bob. His 
hobby is painting, and high among 
his favorites are gym and steak. 
One thing this former North 
Juniorite dislikes at W.H.S. is 
the overcrowded conditions. Dave 
plans to become an interior decora- 
tor after graduation. 



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WILLIAM HERRICK 
130 Sheffield 
Honors 

"Bill" comes to us via Lexington 
Street Junior High. "Are you for 
real!" shouts "Bill" to Swifty, 
PSA, and Splash as he walks to 
physics, his favorite subject. When 
not eating fried clams, he can be 
found playing basketball or read- 
ing. Bill's future plans include 
college and a career in engineering. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3. 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4. 






RONALD HIETSCH 
1131 Trapelo Road 
Business 

"What's the story?" The story's 
about sports-crazy "Ronnie," who 
hails from Lexington Street Junior 
High. If you were to overhear a 
conversation between "Ronnie," 
Fred, Wayne, and Tom, it would 
probably be about sports in general, 
hockey in particular. We wish him 
the best of luck in a business 
career ! 




SUSAN HINES 
103 Bright Street 
College I 

Miss Tabor's English class and 
fried clams rank highly with this 
busy, college-bound senior. "Sue" 
comes to us from South Junior 
and can be seen talking with her 
friends, Trisha and Karen. She 
dislikes short lunches and long 
cafeteria lines. Good luck, "Sue." 

Activities: Mirror Subscription Staff 4; 
Senior Play 4; Student Council 4; Pep 
Squad 2. 



WILLIAM HILL 
29 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

"Bill" enjoys his French classes 
at W.H.S. and likes playing cards- 
in his spare time. He wishes the 
lunches were less crowded, but 
cheerfully adds that graduation day 
will make up for it. We wish him 
luck this fall at college, where he 
will major in History. 




DAVID HOFFSES 
28 Dix Street 
College II 

Never far from his motor scooter 
and friends, Paul, Richie, and Ray 
is this fun-loving college-bound 
senior. "Hoff" enjoys Mr. O'Brien's 
Math class and sports, but doesn't 
favor hard teachers. Good luck, 
Dave, in your college career. 



WALTER HINCKLEY 
104 Beal Road 
College II 

Sports-minded "Hink" enjoys 
playing baseball, basketball, and 
golf with his best friends, Ned, 
Ray, and Leo. History class and 
fried potatoes rate highly with this 
cheerful senior. "Hink" plans to 
attend college next year. Best of 
luck in the future, "Hink." 
Activities: Student Council 2. 




DONALD HOLL 
88 Clark Lane 
College I 

"Don's" eyes light up at the 
mention of steak or a certain girl 
named Peggy. He can be heard 
saying "Pass Auf" to Ted and Bill. 
These friends tell us that "Don," 
whose hobbies are skiing, swim- 
ming, and scooters, likes studies 
and girls best at W.H.S. "Don" 
plans to attend U. of Mass. and 
major in microbiology. Best of 
luck! 

Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 2, 3, 4. 



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MARIE HINES 
103 Myrtle Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed Marie came to 
W.H.S. from St. Charles High. 
Her favorites in school are Math 
with Mr. Curry, assemblies, and 
the 2:30 dismissal bell. Bowling 
or skating with Jack, Alice, and 
Patty rate highly. Future plans in- 
clude business college at either 
Bay State or Chandler. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 




SANDRA HORNBECK 
159 Myrtle Street 
Distributive Education 

"Are you kidding?" shouts 
"Sandy" when Janice, Jerry, and 
Anne suggest going out for pizza. 
"Sandy" likes her Distributive Ed- 
ucation course most at W.H.S., and 
gym the least. In her spare time, 
Sandy can be found ice skating 
or bowling. This former South 
Juniorite hopes to have a career 
in retailing. Best of luck! 
Activities: DEC A 4. 



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JAQUELINE HOWE 
119 Adams Street 
Distributive Education 

A former South Juniorite, blue- 
eyed "Jackie" can frequently be 
seen bowling, skating, or eating 
steak. This senior, whose favorite 
subject is English, also enjoys 
listening for the 2:30 dismissal 
bell. "Jackie" plans to attend a 
business college next year. 
Activities: DECA 4. 



RICHARD HOYT 

17 Sioux Avenue 
College II 

"Dick" can usually be found 
with his friends, Walt, Wick, and' 
Doll, as they "tune up" their cars. 
Although "Dick" dislikes the num- 
ber of daily periods, he confesses 
his partiality toward lunch and 
gym. Owning his place of business 
forms "Dick's" future plans. Best 
of luck! 
Activities: Student Council 2. 




WARREN ILLSLEY 

89 Galen Street 
College II 

"Forget it!" yells Warren to 
buddies, Chick, Vinnie, and Rick. 
This former Lexington Street 
Juniorite's hobbies include hot 
rods, boats, and racing. At W.H.S., 
that 2:30 bell is music to his ears. 
After graduation, he would like to 
go to Franklin Institute. Good luck, 
Warren! 



DALE IODICE 

81 Milton Street 
College II 

Have you ever been deafened 

by one of W.H.S.'s rumbling 

heaters? If you have, then you'll 

agree with this alumna of L.S.J.H. 

that they're the things you liked 

least at W.H.S. Hazel-eyed Dale 

enjoys eating pizza with Martha 

and Linda. She plans to go into the 

Air Force after graduation: "How 

about that!" 

Activities: Chorus 3; Folk Song Club 
4. 



MICHAEL HURLEY 
135 College Farm Road 
College II 

Lentil, Guine, and Kinky will 

tell you that "Mezerks" favorite 

subject is Math with Mr. Curry 

... is a former Lexington Street 

Juniorite . . . steak and spaghetti 

are favorite foods . . . bowling and 

pool are fondest extra-curricular 

interests . . . future plans include 

prep school and college. Best of 

luck! 

Activities: Student Council 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad 3, 4. 




LEONARD ISAACSON 

33 Willard Street 

College I 

Blue-eyed "Lenny," who hails 

from Lexington Street Junior, can 

be found skin-diving or eating 

steak with Bill, Cooz and Tank. 

"Having a good time" is the 

favorite pastime of this fellow. 

College lies ahead for "Lenny" 

after graduation. Good luck! 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Audio-Visual 
2; Rifle Club 2; Scuba Diving 2. 



SANDRA HURLEY 
13 Sterling Road 
Business 

Bookkeeping and democracy 
classes are "Sandy's" favorite sub- 
jects, and, after school, dancing, 
along with friends, Claire and 
Debby, occupies her time . . . 
especially enthusiastic about 
W.H.S. football rallies. Sandy 
hopefully plans a career as a hair- 
dresser after graduation. Good 
luck! 
Activities: Clinic Staff 3. 




DREW JACKSON 

520 Waverley Oaks Road 

Honors 

Leading his team to victory is 

this captain of the Cross Country 

Team. Sports consume much of 

Drew's spare time, but he manages 

to keep his grades at honors level. 

John, George, and Nick agree that 

Drew favors physics above his other 

classes. College plans are focused 

on Bowdoin. Best of luck, always! 

Activities: Cross Country Team 2, 3, 

4, Captain 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; 

Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3. 4; Ski Club 2, 4. 



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WARREN JACOBS 
26 Heard Street 
Vocational 

When blue-eyed "Jake" isn't in- 
haling fig newtons during his math 
class, he's complaining about how 
much more homework he's been 
getting here than at North Junior. 
After he leaves W.H.S., Dan, John, 
and Ed tell us that "Jake" plans to 
go into a career in printing. 




MARGARET JOHNSTON 
34 B Hansen Road 
College II 

"You must be kidding!" 
"Margie" says to her friends, 
Claire, Linda, and Mary over a 
thick, juicy steak. "Terry" enjoys 
her English class at W.H.S., along 
with bowling and skating in her 
spare time. Best of luck in the 
future, "Margie" ! 



MARY ANN JANNONI 
16 Pleasant Road 
Business 

Brown-eyed "Frog" loves eat- 
ing sub sandwiches . . . likes Eng- 
lish class with Mr. Prohovich and 
activity periods with Barbara, Ann, 
and Lorraine . . . future plans in- 
clude a career as a clerk-typist. 
Good luck, Mary Ann, in every- 
thing you do. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Office 
Staff 4. 



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BETH JOHNSON 

67 Canterbury Road 
College II 

The "funniest thing" happened 
to Beth on the way to class — it's 
like that every day with this 
vivacious blue-eyed blonde. Her 
day would be perfect if she had 
endless cafeteria studies with 
Debby, Wayne, and John, and 
mountains of submarine sandwiches 
to eat. Beth, always active in Y.P.F. 
and Rainbow, plans to attend sec- 
retarial school after graduation. 

Activities: Student Council 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 




BRUCE JOSEPHSON 

27 Ash Street 
Vocational 

This blue-eyed former South 
Juniorite likes submarine sand- 
wiches . . . can often be seen 
going to his favorite class, shop, 
with his friends, Killer, Spike, and 
Hucka. Going into the service is 
Bruce's plan for the future. Best 
of luck! 




JUDITH JUDKINS 
70 Seminole Avenue 
College II 

"Oh, for Pete's sake!" wails 
"Judy" when she bumps into the 
one-way traffic coming from the 
cafeteria. "Judy" likes Mr. Proho- 
vich's English class best at W.H.S. 
and enjoys writing, painting, and 
reading with friends, Moe, Pearl, 
and Judy M., when she's not in 
school. Her future plans look to- 
ward a nursing career. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Office Staff 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



RICHARD JOHNSON 
17 Pearl Street 
Vocational 

For "Swede," gym and shop 
class are W.H.S.'s best. For this 
former North Juniorite, roast beef 
rates tops, as his friends, Chick, 
Fal, and Johnny, will testify. 
Hobbies include cars ... a career 
in auto body looms in his future. 




WILLIAM JUDKINS 
70 Seiftinole Avenue 
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yJ Big Bill," our basketball star, 
c^deserves much praise for his fine 
^ performances on the court along 
with Frank, Larry, Jackie, and 
Noodle. "Bill" enjoys mountain 
climbing and skin diving. He tells 
Air. Meader, "Never give up try- 
ing, you will always succeed." 
This blue-eyed marvel is headed 
for prep school, then college. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
2; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



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CARMINE JULIANO 
14 Williams Street 
Business 

"What, no Bosco?" cries 
"Mudd" to his friends, David, 
Joey, and Steve. He enjoys demo- 
cracy class and lunch period the 
most at W.H.S., and homework the 
least. This former North Juniorite 
plans on a college education. Best 
of luck to you ! 

Activities: Mirror Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, 3, 4. 



DOLORES JULIANO 
10 Williams Street 
Stenographic 

"Oh my gosh!" utters "Dee" 
as she sees the crowded cafe. 
Dolores, an avid pizza eater 4 en- 
joys Miss Hogarty's Shorthand class 
and talking between classes with 
Liz, Ellen, and Peggy. An Ex- 
Junior Venerable in the Sons of 
Italy, "Dee" likes to sew and 
listen to records. She hopes to at- 
tend night school and become a 
secretary. 
Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4. 



GREGORY KANN 
81 Bennett Street 
College I 

Lunch, last period studies, and 
hamburgers are all "neat" in 
"Greg's" opinion, but as for Mon- 
days, especially after a long week- 
end! ... we all agree with him! 
Donna, Ronnie, and Willy tell us 
that this former South Juniorite 
plans to go into engineering after 
graduation. Best of luck, "Greg" ! 




THOMAS KEENAN 
38 Brewster Road 
Business 

"Kink's" hobbies include par- 
ticipating in sports and toying with 
cars. This blue-eyed lad, who came 
to W.H.S. via North Junior, en- 
joys eating steak with his best 
buddies, Ronnie and Wayne. A 
career in the Air Force beckons. 
Good luck always, "Tom." 



JACQUELINE KEENE 

2 Jackson Place 
College II 

Energetic "Jackie" screams with 
delight at rallies, football games, 
and assemblies. Likewise, she en- 
thusiastically expresses her emo- 
tions when she is eating pancakes 
with Sherry, Mary Anne, and Joan. 
We hope that^ the "Luck of the 
Irish" will follow "Jackie" in 
her chosen career, either hairdress- 
ing or interior decorating. 



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JANE KELLEY 
30 Grant Avenue 
Stenographic 

"Give a cheer for W.H.S. !" 
shouts "Kel," a member of our 
pep squad, as she cheers our team 
to victory. In addition to her many 
activities at school, Jane finds time 
for horseback riding, skiing, and 
swimming, and has hopes of ob- 
taining a secretarial position. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
Maroon Squad 4; Talent Show 4. 



ROBERT KAMPE 

270 Weston Street 
College 

Sophomores do not strike a 
happy chord with this college- 
bound senior, but mention lunch 
with John, Tom, and Fred and you 
see his two big dimples! As sports 
editor for W.H.S. newspaper, 
journalism may be "Bob's" career. 

Activities: Audio-Visual 4; Spanish 
Club 4; Newspaper Staff 3. 4. 




PATRICIA KELLEY 

195 Grove Street 
College II 

"Blondie" comes from South 
Junior to W.H.S. . . . loves Math 
with Mr. Curry . . . likes swim- 
ming and bowling and eating 
Chinese food with her friends, 
Kathy, Marie, and Sue . . . plans 
to attend business school after 
graduation. Good luck, "Blondie" ! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Maroon 
Squad 4; Folk Song Club 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



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LYNN KEMPT 
18 Derby Street 
Business 

"Watch it!" yells "the little one" 
as she rushes to data processing. 
Horseback riding, skiing, and eat- 
ing pizza with Caroline, Pam, and 
Nancy rate highly with this blue- 
eyed gal. Good luck in the future, 
Lynn, and always keep laughing. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Talent Show 3, 4; French Club 2; Mr. 
Morang's Office Staff 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4. 



STEPHEN KENNEDY 
31 Lord Street 
College II 

Popular "Tiss" enjoys Mr. 
Curry's Math class and Bowser's 
shirts most at W.H.S., but he's 
happiest when scuba diving or 
water skiing. Andy, Will, and 
Bullet agree that "Tiss" will 
brighten the campus of some col- 
lege next year. Good luck ! 

Activities: Scuba Diving 3; Rifle Club 
2; Football 2, 3; Cross Country 4; 
Maroon Squad 4. 



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MARY ELLEN KEOHANE 

10 Brookway Court 
College II 

"No embarrassment," shouts 

"M.E.K." on her way to English 

with Jill, Jane, and Ann. After 

school, we can find "M.E.K." 

eating chocolate ice-cream and 

Oreos, or cheering at football and 

basketball games. Nursing school 

awaits her. Our best, always. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4: Class Vice 

President 3; Student Council 2, 3; 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4. 




LAWRENCE KESSLER 
279 Warren Street 
College II 

"So what do you think?" shouts 
"Kess" as he hurries to his geome- 
try class. According to Jimmy, 
Buzz, and Billy, studies and pop- 
corn rate highly with this red- 
head. "Larry" hopes to attend the 
University of Massachusetts after 
graduation. Good luck, "Kess." 



SANDRA KEYES 
26 Crestview Road 
College I 

This senior can usually be found 
watching the track team, when 
she's not with Bonnie, Dianne, 
and Marianne. Among "Sandy's" 
favorites at W.H.S. are Miss 
Tabor's English class, as well as 
the 2:30 dismissal bell, and the 
great kids. When eating pizza, she 
exclaims, "Oh golly!" After grad- 
uation, she looks forward to teach- 
ing or social work. Good luck, 
"Sandy" ! 

Activities: Track Team Manager 3, 4; 
Russian Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. 



MAUREEN KIBURIS 

19 Whitford Terrace 
College II 

Coming to us from Lexington 

Street Junior High, "Moe" enjoys 

Chinese food and mathematics. 

"See you around" is her favorite 

saying to her best friends, Diane 

and Marilyn. She hopes to attend 

a beauty academy. Best of luck in 

the future, Maureen! 

Activities: Knitting Club 3, President 
3; French Club 2; Chorus 2. 



DONNA KERTINIS 
13 Brown Street 
Distributive Education 

An alumna of both North and 
South Junior High, Donna can 
often be seen eating spaghetti with 
Dorothy. English and Distributive 
Ed courses are her favorites. Al- 
though her future plans are in- 
definite, we wish Donna the best 
of luck in everything. 
Activities: DECA 4. 




WILLIAM KILGORE 
Chester Brook Road 
College I 

"Chip's" blue eyes light up at 
the mention of roast beef or sports, 
as Jim, Doug, or Bill can tell us. 
Active in DeMolay and Hovey 
Players, "Chip" is also Audio- 
Visual President. "How's your 
fern?" he asks on the way to his 
favorite subject, democracy. Good 
luck at college, "Chip"! 

Activities: Senior Play 3. 4, Lighting 
Chairman 4; Talent Show 2. 3, 4; 
Crimson Key 4; Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, 
President 4. 



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KATHRYN KING 
75 Greer Street 
Stenographic 

"What's up?" asks -"Kath" of 
Jarce, Joanne, Judie, or Patty as 
she hurries to her favorite English 
class with Mrs. Bowman. Week- 
ends rate highly on this Harvard 
Square enthusiast's list of favorites, 
while kids without school spirit 
are her pet peeve. "Kath" hopes to 
attend drama school, and along 
with the W.H.S. Dramatics Club, 
we wish her good luck in her 
career. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; Talent Show 2, 4; Eng- 
lish Office Staff 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4. 











LINDA KING 
9 Dexter Street 
College II 

Pat, Janice, and Louise all agree 
that "Lin" looks forward to that 
2:30 bell each day. Although she 
doesn't think much of the home- 
work and the crowded cafeteria, 
her English classes are among her 
favorites. In the future, she hopes 
to attend business school. 
Activities: Main Office Staff 3. 



PAUL KNEELAND 

20 Winthrop Street 
College I 

"Ah, keep it!" says "P.K." to 
his friends, Linda and Savie, but 
not when speaking about his favo- 
rite Trig class with Mr. Foley. Paul, 
a proud member of our Champion- 
ship Baseball Team, hopes to at- 
tend college and pursue his base- 
ball career. Good luck! 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 3. 




ETHAN KRA 
17 Sunset Road 
Honors 

Coming to us from Lexington 
Street Junior High, "Eek" is in- 
terested in coins and stamps. "Eek" 
loves the W.H.S. — Brandeis pro- 
gram, where he daily enjoys harass- 
ing the taxi-cab drivers. Ethan as- 
pires to be a college professor of 
mathematics. We all join in wish- 
ing Ethan well. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 
4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Math Team 2, 
3, 4; Student Council 3; Chess Club 
3, 4. 



CLARE KIRLEY 

26 Riverside Drive 
College I 

Clare, active in the clubs at 

W.H.S., still finds time to eat 

her favorite food, steak. Sheila, 

Jane, and Janice tell us that Clare 

likes Miss Paquette's English class 

and P.O.D. with Miss McCullough. 

We wish you the best of luck in 

your nursing career. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 
4; Latin Club 2; Chemistry Club 4; 
French Club 3, 4, Board of Directors 
4. 




DANIEL KROL 
12 Gorham Street 
Business 

See that kid with the blond 
hair and blue eyes? That's "Danny" 
Krol. Butchy tells us that although 
"Dan" has no definite plans for 
the future, this senior enjoys 
swimming right now. We know 
he'll make a big splash in .what- 
ever field he tries next year. 



JOSEPHINE KLARMANN 

1377 Main Street 
Honors 

Friendly "Jo" can most often 
be found shivering in cold class- 
rooms, grumbling "Ah gee!" to 
Irene and "The Gang." When 
the sun shines and school is out, 
"Jo" can be found sunning and 
swimming at the beach. English 
class and "Shin Inn" Chinese food 
bring an enthusiastic gleam to 
"Jo's" green eyes. Good luck! 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff 3, 4; 

Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 

Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 
4. 




JOHN KROL 

39 Greenwood Lane 
Honors 

"Buddy," when he isn't at the 
track field house, devotes time to 
reading and banjo playing. Drew 
and Dick attest that John enjoys 
Latin and economics classes above 
all others. After majoring in his- 
tory at Bowdoin, John hopes to 
obtain a professorship. 

Activities: Track Team 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 
3; National Honor Society 3. 4. 



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ANNE LAMONT 
138 Woerd Avenue 
Stenographic 

Brown-eyed Anne is always 
listening for the 2:30 bell with 
Brownie, Nancy, and Elaine. This 
former South Juniorite dislikes the 
mad rushes in the cafeteria and 
corridors. Eating fried clams and 
going to drive-in movies on week- 
ends are tops with Anne. 




JEANNE LANE 
15 Chester Lane 
Business 

When "Jeannie" tastes the cafe 

teria lunch of Italian spaghetti, 

her only comment is "unbelieve- 

able." Friends, Tommy, Mary, and 

Cheryl, tell us that "Jeannie" likes 

English and the 2:30 dismissal bell 

best at W.H.S. After school, 

swimming, bowling, and talking 

are tops. Future plans for this 

senior include work in a business 

office. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Main 
Office' Staff 2; Pep Squad 2; Clinic 
Staff 4. 



RUTH LAMPORT 
103 Warren Street 
College I 

"That's O.K." says "Ruthie" as 

she speeds through another red 

light on her way to the Waltham- 

Newton football games. When not 

in school enjoying Mr. Fitz's Math 

classes, she likes to swim and to 

water ski. "Ruthie" and friends, 

Franny, Bobbi, and Marie, can 

usually be seen talking in the halls. 

Future plans include college with 

a major in Education. 

Activities: Mirror Art Staff 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4. 




IDA LANNI 

100 Pine Hill Circle 

College 11 

"I", coming to W.H.S. from 
Lexington Street Junior High, i 
relishes cheeseburgers, reading, and 
sewing. Marty, Maureen, and Mari- 
lyn disclose that "I" finds her 
English class most invigorating. 
She reveals her future plans with 
one word, marriage. Best of luck, 
Ida! 



JANICE LANDRY 

25V2 Ash Street 
College I 

English class with Mrs. Bowman 
and homeroom periods rate highly 
with fun-loving "Frenchy." She 
can be heard saying "It's pathetic" 
to Anne, Barb, and Mushy while 
eating hamburgers. Although Janice 
is still uncertain about her future 
plans, we know she will be suc- 
cessful. 
Activities: Graduation Usherette 3. 







CLAIRE LAROSEE 

84 Lowell Street 
Business 

Claire comes to W.H.S. from 
St. Charles . . . likes democracy 
and French fries . . . says "Hey, 
Pete!" to John, Sandy, and Debbie 
. . . likes passing to classes . . . 
plans to go into secretarial work. 
Best of luck always, Claire. 



KATHLEEN LANDRY 
595 Artell Road 
Business 

"Take it easy," exclaims "Kathy" 
to Pauline, Carol, and Marilyn. 
Favorites at W.H.S. are football 
games, rallies, assemblies, and Eng- 
lish class with Mr. Prohovich. 
Active in C.Y.A., "Kathy" likes 
to listen to records and eat French 
fries. Future plans include a two 
year course at Cardinal Cushing. 

Activities: Senior Play 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3: Talent Show 3. 




SUSAN LAWRENCE 
16 Fairmont Avenue 
College II 

"Not too funny!" exclaims 

"Sue" as she walks up those 

terribly long stairways. "Sue" can 

be seen at all the track meets with 

Andi, Anita, and Linda, usually 

arriving there on her "hot" motor 

scooter. Lobster, photography, and 

cafeteria are considered "great" by 

this blonde, blue-eyed senior. "Sue" 

is looking forward to going to 

Newton Junior College. 

Activities: Chorus 2, 4; Girls' Sports 
2, 3; Senior Play 4; Talent Show 4. 



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LYNNE LAZARO 
31 Murray Street 
Business 

Lynn likes horseback riding and 
eating ravioli . . . favorite sub- 
ject is business machines . . . 
thinks W.H.S. has too many rules 
. . . fondly remembers assemblies. 
A career in hairdressing lies ahead 
for her. W.H.S. wishes you the 
best of luck always, Lynne. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Student 
Council 2, 3. 




ROBERT LEARNED 
628 Moody Street 
College II 

Coming to us from Rockland 
High, Maine, "Butch" enjoys his 
p.o.d. class the best at W.H.S. 
"Forget it!" "Bill" yells to his 
friends, Glen and Karl, as he 
hurries to fourth lunch. Good 
luck at college, Robert, and may 
success be yours! 



MARSHA LAZARO 

36 Everett Street 
Stenographic 

When it comes to Marsha's 

hobbies, swimming and dancing, 

include friends, Suzanne, Donna, 

and Jane. Spaghetti puts the sparkle 

in this girl's eyes. Marsha's pet 

peeves include third lunch and 

this year's seven-period schedule. 

W.H.S. will soon lose this pretty 

senior to a business college. Good 

luck! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Ski Club 
4; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 3; Main Office Staff 2, 3. 




ANNA LeBLANC 
8 Common Street 
Business 

Coming to us from Canada, 
Anna finds Business Machines with 
Miss Tahaney and I.B.M. machines 
among her favorites at W.H.S. 
When bowling with Ann Marie, 
Jeanita, and Edna, "Frenchie" can 
usually be heard saying "Oh gee" 
when she gets a strike. Good luck 
at bookkeeping, "Frenchie." 



JAMES LEACH 
71 Robbins Street 
College II 

"Jimmy" can be seen walking 
to democracy, his favorite sub- 
ject, with Bob, Mike, and Wayne. 
In his spare time, "Jimmy" likes 
the girls most at W.H.S. and the 
short, crowded lunches the least. 
Prep school looms in the future 
for this senior. 




ANNE MARIE LeBLANC 
56 Central Street 
Business 

"Mmm Doggie!" exclaims Anne 
as she feasts her eyes on a dish 
of "poutine rapee." "Frenchie," 
who came to W.H.S. from North 
Junior, really enjoys Mr. Flight's 
Bookkeeping class. Edna, June and 
Anna will tell you that Anne hopes 
for a career in bookkeeping or 
office clerical work. Good luck, 
"Frenchie." 



RICHARD LEARD 

14 Greenwood Lane 
College I 

A very proud member of the 

State Championship Baseball Team, 

"Dick" loves all sports. He also 

likes Mrs. Shirley's English class 

and performing as Mr. Wheeler in 

the Senior Play. Tebe, Bear, and 

Swirl know he'll succeed at Boston 

University. 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Dramatics 
Club 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant 4; 
Senior Play 4; Mirror Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 4. 




DIANE LeBLANC 

118 Hammond Street 
Business 

Brown-eyed Diane comes to 
W.H.S. from Harrison Trimble 
High School in Canada. With an 
office job waiting for her after 
graduation, Diane's favorite sub- 
ject is typing. She can't think of 
anything she dislikes about W.H.S., 
but likes lunches and studies best. 
Debbie, Linda, and Judy share 
happy moments over pizza, swim- 
ming, or bowling with Diane. 



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DONALD LeBLANC 

78V2 Robbins Street 
College II 

"Come on!" yells Don to his 
friends while he's rushing to de- 
mocracy or to a meal of steak or 
fried clams. This brown-eyed sen- 
ior, who hail from Canada, plans 
to study electronics in the Air 
Force after receiving his diploma. 
We wish him the best of luck ! 




SHIRLEY LeBLANC 
6 Chestnut Park 

Business 

"Frenchie," a former South 
Juniorite melts over a snack of 
French fries. As friends, Sandi, 
Barbara, and Ellie, disclose, 
"Frenchie's" favorite subject is 
business machines. When she isn't 
doing homework, "Frenchie" can 
be found bowling and thinking of 
her future clerical office work. 



HENRY LeBLANC 

114 Summer Street 
Business 

"Here comes Henry!" shouts 
Alan, Ron, and Don as Henry 
LeBlanc hurries into math class. 
This senior, who hails from St. 
Mary's High School, enjoys bowl- 
ing, swimming, and eating roast 
beef. A career in IBM awaits this 
ambitious student. 




RODERICK LeFORT 

18 Middle Street Court 
College I 

Good-looking "Rod" always 
looks forward to his English class 
with Miss Tabor as Charlene, Bo, 
and Wally will testify. When he's 
not playing football, "Rod" can 
be found eating fried clams. Future 
plans include Northeastern. Best of 
luck always ! 
Activities: Football 3, 4. 



REGINALD LeBLANC 
18 Lexington Street 
Vocational 

"You don't say!" says brown- 
eyed "Rack," an active participant 
of all sports, particularly hockey 
and basketball . . . during school 
hours math classes are his favorites 
. . . plans are in mind to work 
in a machine shop after graduation. 
Good luck always! 




ERNESTINE LEGER 
118 Russell Street 
Business 

Hazel-eyed "Tina" especially 
likes filing class at W.H.S. Read- 
ing consumes much of her spare 
time, but she manages to save 
some time for eating spaghetti 
with her best friends, Chickie and 
June. Future plans include attend- 
ing a secretarial school. Good 
luck! 



ROBERT LeBLANC 
46 Parkview Road 
College I 

"Get in there!" yells "Bob" to 
Tom and Don. He dreams of 
swimming, water skiing, and the 
2:30 dismissal bell. Steak and 
French are tops with this blond 
senior. "Bob" plans to attend a 
liberal arts college. "Get in there," 
"Bob," and good luck! 
Activities: French Club 4. 










SANDRA LEGER 

38 Steams Street 
Stenographic 

"Grace" comes to us from St. 
Charles. High on her list of favor- 
ites are typing, bowling, and las- 
agna, shared with Vinch, Connie, 
and Donna. Blue-eyed "Grace" 
hopes to go into medical office 
work. Lots of luck to Sandra from 
W.H.S. ! 



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RICHARD LENTINI Pft/NnA^^ 
210 Hardy Pond Road 
College II 

Although "Lentil" finds lunches 
at W.H.S. unappetizing, he com- 
pensates for them with his favorite 
subject, history. When not study- 
ing, "Lentil" can be found bowl- 
ing or playing pool with his 
friends Mike, Phil, and Kenny. 
The future holds an education at 
college for this senior. 
Activities: Football 2. 



BRIAN LEONARD 
118 Greenwood Lane 
College II 

"Are you living?" asks popular 
"Do-Right" of Bear, Frenchy, and 
Gick. "Do-Right," whose hobbies 
include dates, football, and hockey, 
likes the kids and the six minutes 
between classes most at W.H.S. 
Mr. Fitz's Algebra II class also 
rates highly with him. After grad- 
uation, he plans to attend a busi- 
ness school and then own a busi- 
ness. 

Activities: Football 3; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative. 




ALBERT LEWIS 

11 Massasoit Court 
Business 

"What do you think of the 
world situation?" is what you 
might hear if you pass "Al" in the 
corridor. When the lunch bell 
rings, you can -bet "Al" will be 
first in the cafe, especially if 
subs are on the menu. Pool, fish- 
ing, and cars rate highly on the 
list of this service-bound senior. 
Best of luck after graduation, "Al." 



PATRICIA LEWIS 
130 Bright Street 
College I 

This former South Junior High 

alumna enjoys history classes most 

at W.H.S., as well as the cafeteria 

studies and "the crowd." Her 

favorite hobbies include roller 

skating and horseback riding with 

P.Q., Butchie, and Cisi. Pat plans 

to attend college after graduation. 

"Be good," Pat! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Latin Club 2; 
Maroon Squad 4. 



DONAVON LESTER 

32 Nathan Road 
College II 

Donovon, who comes from 
North Junior, is a music and art 
fan . . . likes the variety of 
courses at W.H.S. . . . enjoys a 
good order of shrimp . . . isn't 
fond of the cafe food. "Donny," 
who can often be seen with Chuck, 
Wayne, and Sharon, intends to go 
to college and major in the field 
of art. 




BARBARA LICKORAI 

283 Hardy Pond Road 
Business 

"What can I say?" exclaims 
pert, bubbly "Barbs" to pizza-lov- 
ing pals, Kathy, Shirley, and 
Maggie. English class rates high 
on "Barb's" list of special favor- 
ites. Future plans include business 
school. We wish you luck in what- 
ever you do, Barbara. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Bus Ticket 
Sales 4; Pep Squad 4; Newspaper 4; 
Student Council 4. 



DONALD LESUER 
11 Piedmont Avenue 
Honors 

"Calling K1YFG . . . Calling 

KlYFG!" Amateur radio operation 

is this exuberant senior's hobby. 

Dubbed "Splash" for his skill 

on the Swim Team, brown-eyed 

Don enjoys physics and lunch with 

Pete, Dick, and Bill best at. W.H.S. 

Future plans for this bright senior 

include engineering school. Best 

of luck always, "Splash"! 

Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; 
German Club 3, 4; Student Council 
3, 4. 




ELLEN LOMARTIRE 

131 Ravenswood Road 

Business 

"Oh, cute!" squeals "El" as she 
finally reaches the cafeteria, after 
nearly being squashed in the "cor- 
ridor scramble." In the cafe she 
finds her friends, Peg, Dolores, 
and Jean. Every Saturday you can 
find Ellen cheering with the Pep 
Squad. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3. 4; Audio- 
Visual 3. 



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MARJORIE LOMBARDI 
191 Waverley Oaks Road 
Stenographic 

A former North Juniorite, pretty 
"Margie" loves Italian food and 
the busy day that passes quickly. 
"Hi there!" she says to Deede, 
Lynne, and Debbie, on her way to 
ride her horses. "Margie" plans to 
go into secretarial work after leav- 
ing W.H.S. 




ELLEN LYONS 
39 Leonard Street 
College II 

Ellen comes to us from St. 
Mary's. Donna, Donna, and Donna 
agree that Ellen is happiest when 
eating. This hazel-eyed Miss en- 
joys tennis, swimming, dancing, 
and bowling in her leisure. Best 
of luck Ellen, in whatever you 
choose to do. 



FAITH LUDER 
112 Wetherbee Road 
Honors 

Favorite foods of cream cheese 
and roasted pecans are indicative 
of Faith, our interesting individu- 
alist. Other favorites are art, his- 
tory, writing, riding, and guitar 
playing in the company of Chuck, 
Debby and Betty. Future plans 
include college. Good luck ! 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Folk 
Song Society 2, 3. 4; French Club 2; 
Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 



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SANDRA LUND 
21 Fuller Street 
Stenographic 

"Sandy" aspires 
retary and this is 
typing is her favorite class. This 
blue-eyed Miss does not dislike 
school, but she eagerly awaits the 
2:30 bell. Outside she usually asks, 
"Are you Kidding?" If so, it's 
usually about swimming or munch- 
ing on a pizza. 

Activities: Talent Show 4, Newspaper 
Staff 4. 




DONA LYONS 
11 Gardner Street 
College II 

"Donna" comes to us from 
Saint Mary's High. Here at W.H.S. 
her list of favorites include Mr. 
McKnight's Chemistry Lab Class 
and student teachers. You'll find 
Donna happily savoring a steak 
with Susan, Charlene, or Gary. 
Future plans include college, and 
we wish luck to this attractive 
senior. 
Activities: F.T.A. 4; Pep Squad 4. 



MARY LEA MABIE 
88 Rose Hill Way 
Honors 

A former North Juniorite, 
blonde Mary's favorite subject is 
English. Her pet peeve at W.H.S. 
is one-way corridors. Mary's hobby 
is skiing with her best friends, 
Ruth, Moe, and Betty. Future 
plans include college, where she 
hopes to major in English. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff 4; French Club 
2, 3, 4. 



PENNY LYDON 
113 Colonia Avenue 
College II 

"You nut!" cries "Penney" when 

someone suggests missing a lunch 

of veal cutlets with her friends 

Ida, Jan, and Marilyn. "Penney" 

enjoys English best at W.H.S., but 

she dislikes people who call her 

Penelope. "Penney" is looking 

forward to becoming a nurse after 

graduation. 

Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. 




LEITH MacARTHUR 
11 Randall Street 
College II 

"Spread out!" cries blonde, blue- 
eyed Leith to friends Don, Billy, 
and Butchie. For this lad, the 
greatest part of W.H.S. is study 
hall each day. Leith's future plans 
include attending General Motors 
School. Best of luck in the future. 



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ROBERT MacCAUSLAND 
296 Weston Street 
College I 

"Right here" drawls "BO", the 
captain of our hockey and base- 
ball teams, to Rod, Norm, and Al 
as he waits for the bus, already a 
half hour late. Mr. Lynch's Math 
classes and subs rate highly with 
this popular senior. We all wish 
our great short-stop the best of 
luck at college. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4. Captain 
4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Crim- 
son Key 4. 





GARY MacLEOD 

75 A Warren Avenue 
Vocational 

"I owe ya!" shouts brown-eyed 
"Spike" to friends, P. Allen, J. 
Burke, and R. Calf. Motorcycles 
and pizza rate tops with this sen- 
ior. "Spike" comes to us via 
Weston Junior High, and he looks 
forward to being an auto mechanic 
after graduation. 



GEORGE MacDONALD 

24 Lowell Street 
Vocational 

"Mac comes to W.H.S. from 
South Junior. He can be heard 
shouting "Here ya go," to his best 
friends, Tim, Willie, and Gribbs. 
Roast beef and bowling rate highly 
with this active senior. Good luck 
in your TV repair shop, "Mac." 




BRIAN MADDEN 
382 Crescent Street 
Honors 

Brian, the co-editor of the 
Mirror and "Vince" in the Senior 
Play, enjoys his Physics class with 
"the Ave," Math with "Old 
Rascal," and Miss Tabor's morning 
coffee. According to Brian, tennis 
and Chinese food are tops. A mem- 
ber of "The Gang," he plans to 
study physics in college. Remem- 
ber, "F=MA!" 

Activities: Mirror 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 
4; Senior Play 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 
3, 4; Crimson Key 4. 



MARSHA MacDONALD 
15 Pond Street 
College I 

"Bad words!" grumbles Marsha 
if anyone disturbs her while she's 
meditating. On the whole, this 
gray-eyed senior likes "all those 
people who don't yet hate me and 
those whom I don't dislike," mush- 
rooms in sour cream, and the con- 
fusion of the art room. Her future, 
jokes Marsha, holds a "Starving 
sidewalk artist." 

Activities: Student Council 3; Senior 
Prom Art Committee 3, 4, Co-Chair- 
man 4; Talent Show 3; Folk Song 
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3. 




WILLIAM MADDEN 
182 Linden Street 
College I 

When "Beak" isn't swimming 

or horseback riding, you can find 

him eating steak with Ted, Mike, 

and Don. Mr. Lynch's Math class 

and the Language Lab are favorites 

of this active senior, who plans to 

study engineering at Northeastern 

University. We know he will ski 

through life with success. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4, Vice-President 
4; German Club 3, 4; language Lab 
Assistant 3, 4. 



RICHARD MacFARLANE 
33 Wildwood Lane 
College I 

Football games and track meets 

rate highly with "Dick." When 

he isn't running or painting, we 

might find "Dick" eating roast 

beef with Don, Nick, and Bud. 

"Dick," who wishes that third 

lunch wasn't so crowded, chooses 

biology as his favorite subject. 

College is next in line for "Dick." 

Best of luck! 

Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 
2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Science Lab 
Assistant 4; Mirror Representative 3. 




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JOHN MAGAZU 
36 Oak Hill Road 
College I 

"Time Out!" yells "Zagga" to 
Woody, Gordy, and Batch, on the 
way to a biology lab. "Zagga," 
whose hobbies include electronics 
and girls, likes the variety of sub- 
jects best at W.H.S. College is 
next in line for "Zagga." 

Activities: Rifle Club 3; Audio-Visual 
4; Math Club 2; Language Lab As- 
sistant 2. 



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DAVID MAGUIRE 

231/2 Common Street 
College II 

"Dave" shouts, "Yeah, alright," 
to his friends, John, Butch, and 
Rod, when it comes to steak or 
economics. The food and the 
crowded periods really irk this 
blue-eyed boy. Career plans in- 
clude a "hitch" in the service. 
Good luck always, "Dave." 




SANDRA MAHONEY 
320 Crescent Street 
Stenographic 

Sandy, who transferred from 
Framingham High last year, likes 
her shorthand classes at W.H.S. 
best. Outside school, Sandy enjoys 
horseback riding with her friends, 
Janice, Lorraine, and Sharon. For 
a nourishing snack after riding, 
ask Sandy what she'd like and she 
would reply "Why a sub of 
course!" After graduation, Sandy 
will become an airline stewardess. 



JOHN MAGUIRE 

41 Graymore Road 
College II 

Red-haired John is always 
"true-blue, pink, and purple, too" 
to friends, Vin, War, and Ginni 
"Red" likes cars, history, girls, 
and macaroni. Emperor in "the 
club," he enjoys lunches and his 
homeroom teacher at W.H.S. He 
plans to enter Weston Community 
College and major in business 
administration. 




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ANNE MARIE MAILLET 
123 Adams Street 
Distributive Education 

"Charlie," as President of the 
Distributive Ed. Class, loves the 
opportunity to participate in this 
new program. When she says 
"Don't be crazy," to Jackie, Janice, 
or Sandra, she is not referring to 
her class. Outside school, Anne 
Marie enjoys dancing, bowling, and 
eating spaghetti. After graduation, 
she hopes to go to business school 
to become a receptionist. 
Activities: DECA Club 4. 



DAVID MAHONEY 

14 Lexington Terrace 
College II 

"You all," says this former 
Southwesterner to friends, Larry 
Harmon, and Jim. "Dave" comes 
to W.H.S. from Rincon High 
School in Tucson, Arizona. This 
red-haired sports fan praises the 
good student-teacher relationship, 
but criticizes the crowded lunches 
at W.H.S. Future plans include 
college for "Dave." Good luck 
always ! 





FRANK MAKER 
44 D Hansen Road 

Vocational 

Summer vacations and science 
class rate first with the cheerful 
"Hopechest Maker." He likes to 
hunt and to eat chicken, too. This 
Lexington Street Junior alumnus 
will do well in night school after 
leaving W.H.S. Good luck and 
keep smiling, Frank! 



JOHN MAHONEY 

41 Princeton Avenue 
College II 

When "Moe" isn't practicing at 
the athletic field or collecting rec- 
ords, he can be found with friends, 
Phil, Bob, and Wally. Although 
history at W.H.S. rates "superior" 
with "Moe," the cafeteria lunches 
don't rank very highly. Good luck 
to this senior in his future techni- 
cal career. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4 : Track 4; 
Basketball 2. 




DEE MALLOCH 
35 High Street 
College II 

"See you around the campus!" 
hollers brown-eyed "Muckk" as 
he springs out of his p.o.d. class. 
Among the things at W.H.S. that 
leave him cold are the gym 
showers. Cathy, George, and 
Cozey tell us that this South 
Junior alumnus hopes to attend 
Wentworth Institute of Tech- 
nology after graduation. 
Activities: Language Lab Assistant 3. 



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LUCIA MALONEY 
554 Waverley Oaks Road 
College I 

Will anybody ever forget that 
line, "Find any bugs?" uttered 
by Lisa in our Senior Play. Off- 
stage, "Lue" is not an aspiring 
actress but a hopeful artist. Besides 
doodling, Lucia likes to drive that 
Dodge convertible with Jessie or 
Shamus and attend football games 
with "The Gang." One of her 
greatest W.H.S. memories is that 
rainy Haverhill game. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; French Club 
3, 4. 



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SHARON MALOOF 

25 Rich Street 

College II 

Sharon, who loves listening to 

Frank Sinatra, is an alumna of 

North Junior High School. "Let's 

go over to the sub shop," she 

begs Susan, Janice, and Jeanne after 

watching an exciting baseball game. 

Brown-eyed Sharon plans to go to 

Fisher Junior College. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Main Of- 
fice Staff 3, 4; Pep Squad 2. 






MELVYN MARCOU 
71 Chester Lane 
College II 

"Ears," who spends his spare 
time fishing and eating roast beef 
with Kev and Rock, comes to 
W.H.S. from Lexington Street 
Junior High. After sadly leaving 
W.H.S.'s economics classes and 
pretty girls behind, "Ears" plans 
to go into the service. We wish 
him the best of luck ! 



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LOUISE MARINELLI 
20 Sartell Road 
Business 

"Is that right?" asks "Weasel" 
of best friends, Patty and Linda, 
after hearing the 8:00 bell. Filing 
class rates an A+ in this peppy 
girl's book. She can be found 
playing miniature golf or bowling 
in her spare time. Future plans in- 
clude work in a law office. Best 
of luck always, Louise. 



BARBARA MANNINO 

19 Newburgh Street 
Stenographic 

"Be good," admonishes "Shortie" 
to her friends, Pat, Mary Ann, 
and Donna. Her happiest hours at 
W.H.S. have been spent in Miss 
Mooney's Bookkeeping class. Fu- 
ture plans are indefinite, but we 
wish her much luck and success 
with whatever career she chooses. 

Activities: Main Office Staff 2, 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3. 





JESSE MARCHAL . 
8 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

Jesse, a transfer student from 
St. Mary's High, spends a lot of 
time on his two hobbies, deep sea 
fishing and tinkering with cars. 
Debbie, Richie, and Dave tell us 
that math, a meal of roast beef, 
rice and gravy, and the kids at 
W.H.S. also rate highly with 
Jesse. Future plans include the 
service and college. 



MARIANNE MANZON 

13 Marion Street 
Honors 

Who will ever forget the black- 
haired beauty, who rolled out of 
a rug and across the floor in our 
talent show. This twentieth century 
Cleopatra is Marianne. When she 
is not rolling out of rugs, Mari- 
anne can be found bicycling in 
Harvard Square. 

Activities: Folk Song Club 4; Italian 
Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3; Fashion Show 3, Or- 
ganizer 3. 




CATHERINE MARTIN 
19 Hammond Street 
College II 

"Hi there!" bubbles brown- 
eyed "Cathy" who hails from 
Hudson, New Hampshire. The 
first things she liked about W.H.S. 
were her teachers and classmates, 
but "Cathy" still thinks new 
Hampshire has better lunch per- 
iods! The future includes service 
work for this lively senior. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Mirror Art 
Staff 2; Mirror Sports Staff 2. 



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LEO MARTIN 
6 Beal Road 
College I 

When "Hondo" takes time out 
from his Prep I studies, he can 
usually be seen playing basketball 
or golf with friends, Ray, Walt, 
and Fran. Physics class, pizza, and 
the 2:30 dismissal bell rate highly 
with this college-bound senior. Best 
of luck at Boston College ! 




edward McCarthy 

22 D Dermody Road 
College I 

Sports take up most of Ed's 
spare time. At the 2:30 dismissal 
bell he screams "My word!" to 
friends, Jackie, John, and Walter. 
Turkey is the favorite food of this 
Lexington Street Junior High 
graduate. Math with Mr. Lynch 
rates highest with him. Future 
plans include a college career. 
Activities: Football 4. 



A. PETER MARTOCCHIO 

183 Lake Street 
College I 

Over steaming lobster, "Pete" 
mutters, "How can I get out of 
gym?" to Rich, Lamont, and 
Chucky. "Pete" is seriously in- 
terested in studying Romance lan- 
guages at Middlebury College, and 
his favorite activities are piano 
playing and ice skating, as well 
as folk singing and the drama club. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 
4; Folk Song Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 
Drama Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4. 




PATRICIA McCONNEL 

36 Arcadia Avenue 
Stenographic 

The sparkle in "Pat's" hazel 
eyes dims and she grumbles "Oh, 
no!" whenever she thinks of gym 
at W.H.S. This blonde dynamo 
cheers up again, though, in as- 
semblies, lunch, and Miss Hogarty's 
Shorthand class. We wish her luck 
at Katherine Gibbs Secretarial 
School after graduation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Main Of- 
fice Staff 4; Mirror Clerical Staff 4. 



JOHN MASELLI 
116 Felton Street 
Vocational 

Blue-eyed John tells us that he 
likes to eat all Italian foods and 
that he likes working! Friends, 
Joe, Tony, and Bob, say that al- 
gebra is John's favorite subject. 
After graduation, John plans to go 
to work. Good luck! 
Activities: Safety Committee 2, 3, 4. 




THOMAS McCUE 
107 Farnum Road 
College II 

Sports-minded "Mot" comes to 
us from North Junior. He can be 
heard yelling "C'mon now," to 
Donnie, Billy, and Tommy, as he 
rushes to Tony's after school. Mr. 
Prohovich's English class and pizza 
rank highly with "Tom." College 
is in his future. 
Activities: Football 2, 4. 



EDWARD MAY 
27 Oak Hill Road 
Honors 

Popular President of the Stu- 
dent Council, he is in constant 
demand this year at W.H.S. 
"Eddy" considers English class with 
Miss Tabor tops. During off hours, 
"Eddy" relaxes by playing the 
piano and ask anyone . . . he's 
terrific! "Eddy" hopes to major 
in English. "The Gang" wishes 
you success. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3 4, Direc- 
tor 4; National Honor Society 3 4 
Vice-President 4; Senior Play l' 4 
Director 4; Chorus 2, 3. 4. Accompanist 




CHARLES McCULLOUGH 
34 Wheelock Road 
Business 

This former North Juniorite 
enjoys accounting class with the 
kids at W.H.S. "Chuck-mucka" 
can usually be found eating Italian 
food with Wayne, Don, and Rich. 
If not, he can be found out on 
the rifle range. His target is a 
career in banking. Good luck with 
all that money, "Chuck" ! 
Activities: Mirror Business Staff 4. 



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james McDonnell 

59 Grove Street 
College I 

Active "Jim," an avid sports 
fan, likes democracy best at 
W.H.S. Friends, Dice, the Gick, 
and Dave, tell us that homeroom 
and gym periods also rate highly 
•with this senior. Some things 
"Jim" dislikes about W.H.S. are 
the crowded classrooms and the 
cafeteria lunches. College is the 
future plan for this pizza and 
sports lover. 

Activities: Cross Country 4; Track 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Language Lab 
Assistant 2; Mirror Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2. 



mary lou McDonnell 

26 Bowdoin Avenue 
Distributive Education 

This brown-eyed, dancing senior 
comes to the class of '65 from St. 
Mary's. Her friends, Elaine and 
Sally, tell us that she can only be 
consoled about leaving her Eng- 
lish class by attending I.B.M. 
School next year. Best of luck in 
the future, Mary Lou ! 





PAULINE McGANN 
13 Winthrop Street 
Business 

"Scratch" loves to go bowling 
and to eat' pizza with her best 
friends, Karyn and Marcia. She 
enthusiastically participates . in all 
the W.H.S. football rallies and as- 
semblies . . . wishes to obtain a 
secretarial position after graduat- 
ing from W.H.S. Best of luck 
always, Pauline! 
Activities: Mr. Morang's Office Staff 4. 



WALTER McGUIRE 
7 Sunset Road 
Honors 

Our football co-captain loves 
Math with Mr. Lynch and classes 
with friends, Eddy, Moe, and Billy. 
An alumnus of Lexington Street 
Junior High, his blue eyes shine 
at the thought of steak and 
spaghetti. Future plans include 
college for this friendly, popular 
tackle. Good luck always, "Wally." 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 
4; Track 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; 
Crimson Key 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 



CAROL McENANEY 
54 Bedford Street 
Business 

Playing records, going to parties, 
and reading good books rank tops 
with this girl, who came to us 
from St. Mary's High. "Mack" also 
likes french fries, rallies, and de- 
mocracy class. She can often be 
seen walking to Mr. Prohovich's 
English class with her friends 
Kathy and Marilyn. Carol plans to 
become a clerk-typist after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Senior Play 3; Senior Prom 
3; Talent Show 3. 



THOMAS McFARLAND 
97 Alder Street 
Vocational 

Tom comes to us from South 
Junior. When not home enjoying 
a juicy steak, this red-haired boy 
can be seen going to auto mechan- 
ics with his friends Bob, Steve, 
and Wayne. He plans to take a 
post-graduate course for a year, 
then to attend Fitchburg State 
College to study Industrial Arts. 




MAUREEN McHUGH 
20 Brigham Road 
Honors 

Blue eyes twinkling, "Maury" 
prepares to tackle a plate of 
spaghetti with the zest that is 
typical of all of her activities. 
These include skiing, piano play- 
ing, and sewing, as well as talk- 
ing with Mary Lea, Ruthie, and 
Sue about a future career in, med- 
icine. On the subjects of bomb- 
scares, Maureen says, "Rats !" 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 
4; Ski Club;T2„ 3, 4; German Club 2, 
0, 4; NewBCj&er Staff 2, 3, 4. 



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AEL McHUGH 
Hansen Road 
''ess 

there Grub," can be heard 
cafe as Stream, Hendry, and 
try to attract "Grubby's" 
attention, while he is enjoying one 
of the cafe's "Grade AAA" 
lunches. This handsome blue-eyed 
senior thinks that W.H.S. can im- 
prove only by serving Chinese 
food in the cafe occasionally. 
Activities: Senior Play 4; Talent Show 
4. 



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KATHLEEN McIVER 
74 Pine Hill Circle 

Stenographic 

When the passing bell rings, 
"Kathi's" delighted squeal can be 
heard throughout the school. Then 
she retorts, "You'd better believe 
it!" to Mary, Dee, and Carleen as 
she narrates her experiences in 
English and shorthand classes. 
Good luck, "Kathi", and keep 
smiling! 




RUTH McPHEE 

22V2 Rumford Avenue 
Business 

"That really breaks me up!" 
spouts "Ruthi" to friends Judy, 
Nancy, and Pat. This blue-eyed 
blonde enjoys her English class 
with Mr. Hood immensely. Roast 
beef and apple pie bring a con- 
tented smile to "Ruthi's" face. 
Activities: Business Staff 3. 



WILLIAM McIVOR 
20 Hagor Lane 
College II 

Green-eyed Bill enjoys partici- 
pating in the Ski Club best at 
W.H.S. . . . can be heard mutter- 
ing "be serious" to friends Jack, 
Ed, and Paul . . . pet peeve is 
Math class every day . . . North- 
eastern beckons to Bill after grad- 
uation. Best of luck. 

Activities: Football 2. 4; Track 3, 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4 : Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Language Lab Assistant 2,3. 





JAMES MEDEIROS 
1263 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"Jim" enjoys the fact that 
W.H.S. has brought him added 
freedom. His friends, Fred and 
Moe, can attest that history and 
roast beef are among "Jim's" list 
of favorites. His future plans in- 
clude college. Good luck, "Jim" 
in whatever you may do. 



SUZANNE McMANUS 
89 Chester Lane 
Business 

If you hear, "I doubt it!" you'll 
know "Sue" is running to De- 
mocracy with Holly, Cheryl, and 
Arlene. "Sue" loves Chinese food 
and third lunch . . . likes to swim 
and skate . . . plans to be a medi- 
cal secretary. Good luck! 




RICHARD MELANSON 
49 Wellington Road 
Business 

When asked what he thinks of 
his favorite subject, Business 
Machines, Richie replies, "Crazy." 
Business machines aren't the only 
machines Dick likes, for automo- 
biles are his hobby.- In fact, Dick 
plans to go to General Motors 
after night school. In school, Dick, 
who came to W.H.S. from St. 
Mary's, likes lunch and studies 
in the cafeteria. 



MARCIA McNAMARA 
20 Lafayette Street 
College I 

"What's next?" asks Marcia 
eagerly hoping it's math or home- 
room with Miss Thornton. When 
she's not swimming or skating, 
Marcia is eating pizza with Sue, 
Barb, or Jane. Coming from South 
Junior, Marcia dislikes passing to 
classes in W.H.S. Good luck to 
this future nurse! 

Activities: Pep Squad 3. 4; Dramatics 
Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 4; Chemistry 
Club 4; Glee Club 2. 




PAULA MIELE 
78 Fiske Street 
Business 

North Junior High School gave 
us active Paula, who especially 
enjoys swimming and skating. 
Homeroom periods with Mr. 
Collins are always to be remem- 
bered, along with English classes. 
Paula wishes to obtain a secretarial 
position after graduation. Good 
luck, Paula! 
Activities: Business Office Staff 3. 



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REED MILLER 

19 Madison Road 
College II 

"I doubt it!" yells "Reedie" 

at a questionable call in a game of 

tennis. When not playing tennis, 

he can be found playing golf or 

eating steak with friends, Jim, 

Fred, and Nick. This college bound 

senior likes history and democracy 

classes most at W.H.S. 

Activities: Cross Country 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; Red Cross Representative 2, 3; 
Ski Club 4. 





MAUREEN MITCHELL 
16 Dix Street 
College II 

Bouncy, brown-haired "Moe" 

enjoys tuna subs with pickles, 

skiing, painting, and going to 

football and basketball games with 

Barb, Ted, and Lynn. Favorites at 

W.H.S. include gym classes and 

lunch. Future plans include a 

career as a physical education 

teacher. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 
4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Maroon Squad 4. 



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ROBERT MILLETT 

76 Lowell Street 
College II 

You can bet Bob will be the 

first in the cafeteria if Lobster 

Newburg is ever on the menu, and 

he'll also be the first to complain 

about the new passing rules. 

Friends, Roland, Swifty, and Pete, 

tell us that French and democracy 

rate highly with Bob. Best of luck 

always, Bob, in your future plans. 

Activities: Spanish Club 3; Chorus 2; 
Language Lab Assistant 2. 



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ARTHUR MILLIKEN 
27 Banks Street 
Vocational 

Athletic "Artie" rates sports 

and lunch periods at the top at 

our school. Turkey makes this 

senior's eyes really sparkle as 

friends, Lynda, Don, and Swede, 

will readily agree. A career in the 

service may come after graduation. 

Good luck, "Artie." 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3; Football 2, 3; 
Vocational Views 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Maroon Squad 3, 4. 





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SANDRA MITCHELL 
870 Moody Street 
Business 

"Sandi" comes to W.H.S. from 

South Junior High, and she 

chooses Business Machines as her 

favorite subject. Norma, Shirley, 

and Tom join "Sandi" when she 

roller skates or bowls in her spare 

time. This blue-eyed gal plans to 

attend business school, majoring 

in an executive secretary course. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Glee Club 
2, 3; Main Office Staff 3. 










ROBERT MOBILLA 

113 Plympton Street 
College II 

"Bob" grins eagerly when some- 
one mentions the activities offered 
at W.H.S., but his grin disappears 
when the subject switches to the 
cafeteria food. Butch, Richie, and 
Warren informed the cafeteria 
dieticians that if they would serve 
roast beef every day "Bob's" com- 
plaints would end. Best of luck 
in the future! 



SUSAN MIRABITO 
20 Highland Street 
Stenographic 

"You don't love me any more!!" 
cries Sue to friends Jean and 
Marcia, but we know that her 
friends do love her. "Sue" has 
fond remembrances of Mrs. Shir- 
ley's English classes and W.H.S. 
football rallies . . . has high 
hopes of attending a business 
school. 




SHARON MOGAN 

111 Main Street 
College II 

Camping and fishing are two 
of the many outdoor activities 
which "Sherry" enjoys. Always to 
be remembered are the many teach- 
ers who have helped her for three 
years at W.H.S. Mary Ann and 
Jackie know that "Sherry's" 
favorite class is math and that 
she is a member of our Library 
Council. 
Activities: Library Council 3, 4. 



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JUDITH MONTUORI 

456 Lexington Street 
College II 

Hazel-eyed "Judy" came to 
Waltham High from St. Mary's. 
Here at W.H.S., she likes the 
activities and hot lunches with her 
best friends, Maureen, Judy, and 
Helen. Outside of school, ask 
"Judy" what she would like to eat, 
and she'll reply with a gleam in 
her eye, "lobster!" Besides eating, 
"Judy" enjoys dancing and play- 
ing the piano. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Pep Squad 4. 




JOHN MORRIS 
39 Cross Street 
Vocational 

"Wait, hold it!" yells "Moe" 
as he rushes to math with Brad, 
Jake, and Fern. Cars, movies, and 
steak are always on "Moe's" mind. 
Football games and lunch periods 
are tops with this future printer. 
Best of luck always ! 



MARY MORAN 
258 Warren Street 
Distributive Education 

"Forget the whole thing," says 
Mary when cafeteria lunches are 
mentioned by any of her friends 
. . . football games rate her win- 
ning smile . . . enjoys history 
. . . usually seen with Patty, Cheryl, 
and Linda . . . future plans in- 
clude retailing school and a career 
in retailing. 

Activities: DECA 4, Secretary 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Clinic Staff 2. 




PETER MOSTOWITZ 
15 Drury Lane 
College I 

"Mosty," whose favorite saying 
is "Do unto others and then cut 
out," is a very active member of 
the Rifle Club and Rifle Team. 
John, Teddy, and Don tell us that' 
this outdoor sports' enthusiast en- 
joys Math V and his favorite 
food, sandwiches. His hopes and 
aspirations include a college career. 

Activities: Rifle Team 2. 3, 4, Captain 
4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Mirror Art Staff 
2, 3; Language Lab Assistant 4; Audio- 
Visual Staff 2, 3. 



DOUGLAS MORASH 
21 Manning Road 
Honors 

Dubbed "Monk" by his friends, 
this Lexington Street Junior High 
alumnus is very active on the 
Track team, and we are proud of 
his accomplishments. Dick, Joe, 

I and Tui tell us this lad likes 
"the confusion" in school and 
goes wild over meatballs and ski- 
ing. We know he will be successful 

| at engineering college. 

[ Activities: Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; 

I Cross Country 2, 3; Crimson Key 4; 

: Ski Club 4; Language Lab Assistant 2, 

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DAVID MUID 
25 Howard Street 
Vocational 

When Duchy, Charley, and 
Jimmy suggest having steak for 
lunch, "Dave" will be the first 
to agree. When not in school en- 
joying Mechanical Drawing, Dave 
likes to go swimming. After grad- 
uation, this senior plans to take a 
course in sheet metal layout. 



JOHN MORGAN 
25 Rich Street 
Vocational 

"I owe, huh?" asks Jack of his 
friends Bob, Steve, and "Killer" 
on the way to shop class. Hazel- 
eyed Jack dreams of steak until 
he hears the 2:30 bell, warning 
him it's time to go. A career in 
auto mechanics awaits Jack after 
graduation. 




FREDERICK MULHOLLAND 

48 Trapelo Road 
College II 

Fred, a Lexington Street Junior 
alumnus, really enjoys the basket- 
ball games and the studies at 
W.H.S. Golf, tennis, and steak 
rate "Cherry" with this lad, as 
Reed, Kevin, and Jim can testify. 
Best of luck at college, "Fred!" 



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THOMAS MULLANEY 

32 Pleasant Street 
College II 

Remember playboy Evan of the 
Senior Play? Off-stage, "Tom" 
enjoys coin collecting, painting, 
hiking, singing, and eating foreign 
foods. "If at first you don't suc- 
ceed, forget it!" says "Tom," who 
finds his social studies class and 
homeroom just perfect. Good luck 
in your future teaching career, 
"Tom" ! 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; Folk Song 
Club 3. 4, Secretary 4; Drama Club 3; 
Senior Play 4; Mirror Art Staff 4. 




ARTHUR NAGLE 

24 Beaver Street 
College II 

"Artie" can be seen at all 
W.H.S. football and basketball 
games with Brian, Ed, and Hema. 
Gym classes and fried clams rate 
tops with this brown-haired, blue- 
eyed boy. A graduate of Lexington 
Street Junior High, "Artie" is 
looking forward to college and a 
career. 
Activities: Football 3. 



HELENA M. MURPHY 

54 Cherry Street 
Business 

"Go that way," says "Murph" 
quietly as she directs Sandy, who's 
driving. When Betty and Mary are 
with them, "go that way" usually 
means to turn into the next Italian 
restaurant and get a pizza. During 
school, she impatiently waits for 
the 2:30 bell, but she finds that 
times passes much faster in de- 
mocracy or art classes. 

Activities: Talent Show 4- Senior House 
Office Staff 3, 4. 




ERLENE NANGLE 
3 Alder Street 
Stenographic 

"You know what I mean!" is 
the favorite saying of this blue- 
eyed senior, a former South Jun- 
iorite. Along with her friends, Pat, 
Nancy, and Janice, Erlene enjoys, 
eating steak and going to Jean's 
after school. Best of luck in the 
future, Erlene. 



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ROBERT MURPHY 

75 Fiske Street 
College II 

This future electrical engineer 
enjoys English classes with Mr. 
Boyd, but the 2:30 bell sends him 
shooting out the door. "Murph" 
can usually be found lifting 
weights or working on cars with 
Tony, Rich, and Ray. Next to 
girls, steak and pizza are tops on 
his list. "Ah ya mother loves 
ya," says "Murph" to the kids in 
gym class. 




ANN NAUGHTON 
1 Brookway Court 
College I 

"Oh, all right!" grins blue-eyed 
Ann to Sally, Karen, or Mek as 
she walks to typing or democracy. 
Ann loves pizza and talking to 
all the kids. She plans to attend 
Boston State College. Good luck 
to a future elementary school 
teacher ! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad 3, 4; French Club 4; F.T.A. 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 



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JANICE MURRAY 
35 Beechwood Road 
Business 

"What do ya mean?" spouts 
lasagna-lover "Jan" when Italian 
food isn't served at home. When 
Jan isn't eating, she's down at 
the bowling alley with Sandy, 
Lorraine, and Sharon, burning off 
those extra calories. In school, 
typing is her favorite. She hopes 
to become a secretary. 
Activities: Student Council 4. 




ANTHONY NAVARRO 
74 Longfellow Road 
College II 

"Tony" rates lasagna and cars 
highest . . . dislikes homework 
as friends Bob, Rich, and Nanci 
well know . . . this blond-haired 
boy's former school is North Jun- 
ior .. . looks forward to college. 
Best of luck in the future, "Tony." 
Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



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ELAINE NEDZA 

87 Rich Street 
College II 

"Ned" enjoys Mr. Curry's Math 

classes best at W.H.S., and gym 

least. She wishes the cafeteria 

would serve her favorite Chinese 

food more often. Along with her 

friends, Sail, Ann, and Mary Lou, 

she looks forward to cheering with 

the pep squad and working on 

the prom committee. We wish 

"Ned" the best of luck in the 

future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Cafeteria Staff 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



ROGER NELSON 

52 Bruce Road 
Vocational 

"Reindeer," who comes from 
North Junior High, hates to get 
up in the morning but thinks days 
off from school, steak, and cars are 
tops. Roger can be seen going to 
history class with his friends, Tom, 
John, and Bob. Being a mechanic 
in the Air Force is his plan for 
the future. Best of luck ! 




JOSEPH NIXON 

16 Albermarle Road 
Business 

"Joe," a graduate of Lexington 
Street Junior High, is a "bug" 
on photography. Dan, Duck, and 
Mike all know that he "digs" 
the teachers at W.H.S., but he 
does not like the crowded con- 
ditions. After graduation, he hopes 
to attend Bentley College of Ac- 
counting. Best of luck, "Joe" ! 



PATRICIA NOBLE 

20 Cedar Hill Lane 
College I 

Who's that attractive blonde in 
Mr. Collin's homeroom? It's "Pat," 
who comes to us from West Junior 
High in Brockton. Her blue eyes 
light up at the mention of roast 
beef or Italian, her favorite sub- 
ject. Seven periods a day and too 
much homework mar the other- 
wise fun-filled life of this popular 
girl. 

Activities: Student Council 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; Italian Club 4: Main Office 
Staff 4. 



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LAWRENCE NICOLAI 
12 Marion Street 
College I 

"Nick," a track enthusiast, has 
started a furor at W.H.S. with his 
mysterious club. Richie, John, and 
Dick know that girls rate highest 
with "Nick." Other favorites of 
this college-bound senior are Eng- 
lish, p.o.d., homeroom periods, and 
a meal of steak and salad. Best of 
luck to a great kid. 

Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; 
Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4: Indoor Track 
2. 3, 4; Student Council 4. 




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DIANE NOE 

27 Dale Street 
Business 

Waltham High is proud to have 
Diane, who comes to us from Col- 
orado. Pretty, blonde Diane, who 
dislikes having to pay fines in 
gym really enjoys the cafeteria 
lunch periods and all her new 
friends. Diane is kept very busy 
with her hobbies: bowling, swim- 
ming, and dancing. Good luck 
with your future as a secretary, 
Diane. 



JEAN NIX 

176 Ravenswood Road 

Business 

"You're kidding!" says "Jeanie" 
to Sue and Ellen as they hurry 
to English class. Jean, who comes 
to W.H.S. from Kathleen Junior 
High in Florida, dislikes our 
school's crowded lunch periods. 
Homeroom with Mr. Collins, 
though, is particularly enjoyable 
to her. Outside activities include 
membership in the Baptist Youth 
Fellowship. 




ROBERT NOVELLO 

12 Lowell Place 
College II 

"Never mind!" says "the doctor" 
to Wolf, Bob, and Rick, when 
performing operations on old cars. 
Studies in the cafeteria are fav- 
orites of this cheerful boy. Future 
plans include opening up a speed 
shop. We hope you'll be a real 
whiz, "Doc" ! 



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NANCY OATT 

46 College Farm Road 

Stenographic 

This blue-eyed blonde enjoys 
gab sessions in the cafeteria with 
Mary, Ruth, and Holly. Outside of 
school, "Cricket" is usually found 
sewing, knitting, or eating Chinese 
food. When thinking of her future 
plans as a dental hygienist, she ex- 
claims, "You'll be all right!" 



JANE O'BRIEN 
8 Chester Lane 
College 11 

Having every subject each day 
really "bugs" Jane, even though 
it means that she sees her favorite 
teachers each day. Speech class and 
fried clams rate tops with this 
brown-haired, brown-eyed senior. 
W.H.S. wishes her the best of luck 
in the future. 




WILLIAM O'BRIEN 

164 Hammond Street 
Business 

Going skin diving and partici- 
pating in all other sports with his 
best friends, Mike and Rich, are 
high on "Will's" list of extra- 
curricular activities. Future plans 
include a college education. We 
all wish you the best of luck in 
your future, "Bill." 
Activities: Golf 2. 



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JOYCE O'DONNELL 

53 Irving Street 
Stenographic 

When you pass "Jarce," as 

Kathy, Elayn and Janice call her, 

you might hear her complaining 

about substitute teachers and 

crowded corridors or enthusing 

about Miss Mooney's Shorthand 

class. This former Lexington Street 

Juniorite is planning to attend 

Fisher Junior College. Best of 

luck, "Joyce," in everything you 

do. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Main 
Office Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; Mirror 
Clerical Staff 4; Student Council 2. 



KATHLEEN O'BRIEN 
18 Mountain Road 
Business 

"Oh, fudge!" says "Kathy" to 
her friends, Barbara, Helen, and 
Shirley, when she learns of an 
upcoming test. This pi2za-muncher 
likes bowling, swimming, lunch 
time, and the short periods on 
Tuesday. "Kathy" plans to go into 
nursing after graduation. Best of 
luck! 
Activities: Maroon Squad 4. 







MARY O'BRIEN 
283 Ash Street 
Business 

For this former South Juniorite, 
history at W.M.S. rates tops. Sew- 
_ing is among her hobbies. Her 
friends, Nancy and Linda, will 
agree that thjs blue-eyed senior's 
mouth will water at the sight of 
pizza. Mary hopes to be a sec- 
retary. Best of luck! 





JUNE O'LEARY 
110 Ellison Park 
Honors 

Happiness is the S-Building in 
spring . . . Happiness is tons of 
ice cream . . . Happiness is col- 
lecting antiques ... so runs the 
opinion of W.H.S.'s blue-eyed 
blithe spirit, who likes everything 
but gym and cafeteria food. Sue, 
Jan, and Mary Lee tell us that 
"Juney" plans to major in Russian 
at B.C. or Emmanuel. Best of 
luck, June! 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; Russian Club 
3, 4; Mirror Art Staff 4; French Club 
2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4. 



BEVERLY OLIVER 

107 Chestnut Street 
Distributive Education 

"You'd better believe it!" when 
"Bev" tells friends, Jerry, Helen, 
and Marsha, that she enjoys 
photography, and horseback rid- 
ing. As a Distributive Ed student, 
Beverly reports and writes for 
the Horizon and plans to attend 
Chamberlain Junior College after 
graduation. 
Activities: Horizon A. 



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TERESA OLIVO 
101 Central Street 
Honors 

Vivacious "Terry," heroine of 
our Senior Play, likes her work 
on the yearbook and discussion 
groups in English class. "Terry," 
whose hair is brown and offered 
as a matching set with the eyes," 
could eat steak almost anytime with 
Judy, Franz, and the rest of "The 
Gang." College is next in line 
for this versatile girl. Good luck! 
Activities: Mirror 3, 4, Co-editor, 4; 
Talent Show 3. 4. Choral Director 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Latin 
Club 3, 4. 








MARY O'REILLY 
119 College Farm Road 
Business 

"School's out!" squeals "Dutch- 
ess," as she races out of the door 
at 2:30, heading for the roller skat- 
ing rink with Jeanne, Cheryl, and 
Sandy. Steak rates highly and con- 
tact slips lowly in Mary's estima- 
tion. She enjoys English and hopes 
that it will help her when she 
starts her career as an office assist- 
ant. 



WILLIAM O'MARA 
26 Waverly Oaks Road 
College I 

Our great tackle came here via 
North Junior along with friends, 
T.C., Broph, Mott, and Eagle. Math 
with Mr. Lynch "cracks Billy up" 
as do fire drills. After leaving the 
football field, this blue-eyed senior 
spends his spare time at "Circle" 
enjoying pizza with friends. Future 
plans include college. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 
4; Hockey 3, 4. 





PHYLLIS ORIFICE 

28 Galen Street 
Stenographic 

"Phyl" comes to us from St. 
Mary's and enjoys lunch most at 
W.H.S. "I'll never tell," she com- 
ments to Lois, Debbie, and Ronnie 
as she runs to English. "Phyl," 
whose hobby is sewing, hopes to 
attend the Modern School of De- 
sign after graduation. 
Activities: Pep Squad 4; Basketball 2. 



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RICHARD O'REGAN 
24 Lakeview Terrace 
Vocational 

"Dick" comes to W.H.S. by way 
of Lexington Street Junior High. 
He enjoys lunch the most, espe- 
cially if fried chicken is served. 
Swannie and Duffie both agree 
that rallies and football games 
rate highly with this boy. English 
sessions bring back unpleasant 
memories to "Dick." Best of luck 
in the carpentry business! 




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LYNDA OSBORN 
211 Hammond Street 
Business 

This blonde cheerleader comes to 

us from Lexington Street Junior 

High. "Lynne" likes English with 

Mr. Prohovich and cheering at our 

football games most at W.H.S. 

"What am I gonna do?" moans 

"Lynne" to Jane, Debby, and Artie 

when she finds she is going down 

an "up stairway." Lynda hopes to 

makes dancing her profession. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4, Choreographer 4; Senior House 
Office Staff 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Pep Squad 2, 3. 



KATHLEEN O'REILLY 

1 3 Plympton Street 
Stenographic 

"Unbelievable!" yells "Stubby" 
to Judy, Lynne, or Karen on the 
way to a football game. Brown- 
eyed "Stubby" looks forward to 
shorthand and lunch most of all 
and really dreads Monday mornings. 
After high school, she plans to at- 
tend Aquinas Secretarial School. 
Best of luck! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Maroon 
Squad 2, 3. 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Main Office Staff 3, 4. 




RICHARD PAGLIAZZO 

68 Beal Road 

Business 

"Pag" can usually be found talk- 
ing with his buddies, Jackie, Hank, 
and Chuck, who agree that "Pag's" 
favorite pastime is go-karting, but 
we know bookkeeping also rates 
highly with him. A business school 
lies ahead for "Pag" next fall. Best 
of luck! 



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CHERYL PALMER 
92 Chester Lane 
Stenographic 

Cheryl came to W.H.S. from 
East Hartford High in Connecticut. 
An active girl, she likes swimming, 
skiing and skating. Jeanne, Mary, 
and Dottie say that she enjoys Miss 
Mooney's Shorthand class the most 
at W.H.S. Cheryl wishes to enlist 
in the Navy and become a Wave. 
Good luck, and anchors aweigh! 



JEANNETTE PALMER 
58 Hamilton Road 
College II 

"Hi, Kiddo!" greets blonde, 

blue-eyed "Jay." This former North 

Juniorite likes eating lasagna and 

making frequent trips to Harvard 

Square with Maureen, Ronnie, and 

Suzanne. Her happiest moments at 

W.H.S. have been spent during Mr. 

Collura's homeroom periods. Good 

luck, Jeannette! 

Activities: Data Processing 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 4; News- 
paper Staff 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 



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HENRY PALUMBO 

35 Orange Street 
Business 

"Hank," a former South Junior- 
ite who enjoys bookkeeping at 
W.H.S., spends his spare time with 
friends, Roy, Mike, and Pag, work- 
ing on cars. Pizza is a great fa- 
vorite of this senior who is looking 
forward to attending Bryant and 
Stratton Business School first and, 
afterwards, Northeastern University. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Talent Show 
4; Student Council 2. 








RONALD PARELLO 
23 Regem Street 
College I 

When not enjoying Algebra with 
Mr. Lynch, "Ron" and his friends, 
Charlie, Sonny, and Willie, like 
to play pool. This former South 
Juniorite dislikes the new seven 
period-a-day schedule, but thinks the 
courtyard rallies between classes 
are tops. "Ron" plans to go to an 
engineering college in the fall. 



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PATRICIA PARK 
54 Sartell Road 
Stenographic 

"Just forget the whole thing!" 
cries brown-eyed, brown-haired 
"Pat" to friends, Linda, Janice, 
and Erlene . . . loves being with 
all the "Kids" at the sub shop. 
"Pat" came to W.H.S. via South 
Junior. Her future plans include 
a career in the Waves. Happy sail- 
ing! 






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PAUL PATENAUDE 

86 Vernon Street 
Business 

When "Pat" isn't shooting pool 
or playing cards, you can find him 
in the cafeteria with Ron, Greg, 
and Hank. Although his future 
plans are indefinite, we wish blue- 
eyed "Pat" the best of luck in 
the future. 



RONALD PAOLINO 

274 Grove Street 
Vocational 

"Hi ya, Kid!" shouts "Puggles" 
to Mike, Butch, and Danny on his 
way to his favorite class, gym. 
His blue eyes light up when a 
pretty girl comes into view. This 
former North Juniorite hopes for 
a career in auto body work. Best 
of luck! 




CAROL PATTERSON 
83 Columbus Avenue 
College II 

Carol, whose favorite subject 
is stenography, likes everything 
about Waltham High. Kathy, Lirda, 
and Rose know her blue eyes would 
light up if Chinese food were served 
at the cafe. Her friends also say 
that Carol's hobbies are stamps, 
knitting, sewing, and cooking. Ca- 
rol, a former St. Mary's student, 
sees a career in practical nursing 
in her future. 
Activities: Junior Prom Committee 3- 



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HOLLY PEDERSEN 

162 Dale Street 

Business 

"You half-witted ninny!" yells 

Holly to anyone adding to the 

dreaded "confusion" at Waltham 

High. Holly can be seen at parties 

and dances with Nancy, Sandy, and 

Andi. Miss Tabor's English classes 

rate highly with this likable senior. 

After graduation, she is looking 

forward to dental college. Best of 

luck, Holly! 

Activities: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 
2; Newspaper 4. 




ROBERT PERRY 
5 Beechwood Road 
Vocational 

"Bob," a former South Juniorite, 
joins Jeff, Ken, and Steve in his 
favorite class, shop. Roast beef 
produces a pleasant effect on "Bob", 
as he eats his favorite food and 
thinks about cars. Future plans in- 
clude mechanics work. Good luck! 



DONNA PEIRCE 
63 Rockridge Road 
College I 

"Schmite" finds the nicest aspects 
of W.H.S. are the students and ac- 
tivities, but she frowns at the short 
lunch periods. As friends, Linda, 
Betty, and Cilia, state, Donna looks 
forward to college at the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts and a career 
in teaching. Good luck! 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; Library Council 
4; Newspaper Staff 4; Chemistry Club 
4; Mirror Business Staff 4. 




ARTHUR PETERSON 
97 Temple Road 
College II 

"Next joke!" says "Pete" to 
Chick, Bobby, or Vin on his way 
to Earth Science, his favorite class. 
Hailing from Lexington Street Jun- 
ior High, "Pete's" favorite hobby 
is cars, with girls running a close 
second. This brown-eyed senior 
likes subs and ice cream, too. "Pete" 
is planning to go into the service 
after W.H.S. 



DONALD PELKEY 

34 Crafts Street 
Vocational 

This former South Juniorite 
really goes for fried clams as Ron- 
nie, Butch, and Chick tell us. 
"Don," whose favorite subject is 
shop, hates to get up in the morn- 
ing, but enjoys getting out of 
school at 2:30. "Don" plans to be- 
come an Industrial Arts teacher 
after attending Fitchburg State Col- 
lege. 




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RONALD PELLETIER 
25 Yetten Terrace 
College II 

"Never do today what you'll put 
off tomorrow," says this brown- 
eyed basketball player, on his way 
to English class. "Pella" likes eat- 
ing steak and talking with the 
teachers at W.H.S. the best. He 
plans to go into business for him- 
self eventually. 

Activities: Baseball 3; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 2. 



BARBARA PETERSON 
97 Temple Road 
Honors 

Bouncy "Barb," an alumna of 
Lexington Street Junior High, 
flashes her winning smile as "The 
Gang" mimics her unique expres- 
sion, "terrible!" Barbara, an active 
senior, sparkles at any gathering. 
Math class with Mr. Fitzgerald 
heads "Barb's" list of favorites. She 
plans to attend college and become 
a teacher. We know she'll be suc- 
cessful ! 



Activities: Senior Play 3, 
Show 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3. 



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INGRID PETTERSON 
68-G Prospect Hill Road 
College II 

"Nice kids" and math classes are 
"Ingie's" favorites at W.H.S. . . . 
oreviously attended Lexington Street 
Junior High . . . likes eating pizza 
with friends Eva, Debbie, and Mary 
... in the future: hairdressing. 
Best of luck, Ingrid, and may all 
your dreams come true. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 3. 



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BARBARA PHILLIPS 
23 Endicott Road 
Honors 

Blonde, blue-eyed, bouncy, bub- 
bly ... all these words describe 
Barbara. When "BJ." isn't at foot- 
ball games or a pajama party, she'll 
probably be home munching on an 
egg roll, trying to write a speech 
to recite the next day in Speech 
Class, and thinking how much fun 
she could be having with "The 
Gang" or Sharon. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2,' 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4. 



STEPHEN PICONE 
33 McKenn Street 
College II 

"How's that grab ya!" exclaims 

"Steve" to friends, John, Van, and 

Steve. Pizza and studies score with 

Steve. This brown-eyed senior really 

enjoys math, but he despises long 

walks between classes. South Junior 

is his former alma mater. Future 

plans include college. 

Activities: German Club 2; Italian 
Club 4; Talent Show 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 3. 



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FRANK PILICY 

11 Cunningham Circle 

College I 

"Get down on it," advises Frank 
to his friends, Bill, Norm, and 
Herbie. Fifth lunches, rallies, milk, 
and a big lunch make Frank happy. 
This brown-eyed transfer from St. 
Mary's looks forward to college 
after graduation. Good luck with 
whatever you do ! 
Activities: Basketball 4; Golf 3, 4. 



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LINDA PILON 

35 Lunda Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed Linda will always re- 
member W.H.S. and the fun she 
had with Terry, Andy, and Rich- 
ard. The 2:30 bell, then bowling 
make a complete day for her. This 
blonde-haired girl comes to us by 
way of Howe Junior High, New- 
ton. Best wishes in the future! 



CHARLENE PIERCE 
11 Brook Ave. 
Stenographic 

Marion, Donna, and Betty agree 

that "Chur's" favorite pastimes are 

knitting and listening to the latest 

records. "Yeah, let's!" shouts 

blonde, blue-eyed Charlene when 

there is mention of pizza or fried 

clams. A secretary's position looms 

in the near future for Charlene. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Mirror Clerical 
Staff 2; Data Processing 3. 




MARCIA PIERCE 

5 Cedar Street 
College II 

If you ever hear of "Marshal 
Dillon" taking off his ten-gallon 
hat, batting his eyelashes, and say- 
ing, "you love me, and you know 
it!" don't worry — it's only Marcia! 
This green-eyed girl rates Foods 
and Nutrition classes with Sue, Chi- 
quita, and Peggy at the top of her 
list of favorites at W.H.S. After 
graduation, she plans to become a 
telephone operator. Good luck, Mar- 
cia! 

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LOIS PINKHAM 
69 Alderwood Road 
Stenographic 

Popular "Tina" enjoys working 

in the offices, the activities, and 

shorthand most at W.H.S. "Let's 

go!" she yells to Cindy, Ellen, and 

Arlene. Lois, whose hobbies are 

water-skiing and boating, wishes 

she could have gone to her locker 

more often. She hopes to' become 

a secretary after graduation. Best of 

luck, "Tina"! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2; Pep Squad 
2; Business Office Staff 3, 4. 






PETER PLACE 

39 Ellery Road 
College II 

"Pete" traveled extensively to 
reach W.H.S. having come from 
Salinas, California, originally. 
Sports consume most of his leisure 
as is evident by his hobbies, which 
include bowling, fishing, skiing, 
and swimming. Geometry tips the 
scale favorably, but crowded class- 
rooms rate disapprovals from 
"Pete." Future plans include either 
a two-year college or the ROTC 
plan. 
Activities: Ski Club 4. 



SUSAN POIRIER 
63 Jennings Road 
Business 

Energetic, brown-eyed Susan en- 
joys fire drills, rallies, and vaca- 
tions . . . favorite subject is Eng- 
lish . . . colleagues are Sharon, 
Jean, and Judy . . . likes sessions 
the least at W.H.S. . . . plans to 
go into secretarial work. Best of 
luck, "Sue." 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Talent Show 2, 4. 




DIANNE PORRECA 
155 College Farm Road 
Stenographic 

"You know," "Di" reminds 
friends, Linda and Patsy, over a 
platter of French fries, "I think 
my Bookkeeping class is the great- 
est!" Diane also enjoys bowling 
in her spare time. We know she'll 
do well in the future. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Pep Squad 
2; Main Office Staff 3. 



SUZANNE POIRIER 
125 Sheffield Road 
College I 

A former Lexington Street Jun- 
iorite, "Sue plans a career as a 
language teacher after graduation. 
Friends, Jeanette, Janet, and Tom- 
my, tell us that "Sue" likes study 
and homeroom periods best at 
W.H.S., and passing in the cor- 
ridors least. Best of luck always, 
"Sue" 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Folk Song Club 3, 4; 
Chess Club 3, 4, Vice-president 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4. 




VERNON PORTER 
188 Ash Street 
Business 

Green-eyed Vernon can always 
be heard shouting, "What do you 
say!" to his friends, Steve, Dicky, 
and Carmine, as he rushes to typ- 
ing. Lobster and the W.H.S. li- 
brary are tops with "Mr. Energy." 
Good luck in business school, Ver- 
non. 



JOSEPH POLIMER 
30 Beaver Street 
College II 

"Joe" especially likes "scooting" 
to French class with his best bud- 
dies, Jeb and Billy. Attending our 
great football games also rates high- 
ly on his list of favorites. Future 

; plans include college, and to "Joe," 
W.H.S. wishes much luck in the fu- 
ture. 

i Activities: Student Council 2. 




SUSAN POLSON 
52 Gore Street 
Honors 

"That drives me up a wall!" 
"Sue" can be heard telling Marcia 
and Janet, as she discusses the 
heating system and seven-period 
schedule at W.H.S. Susan, who 
admits that she always finds time 
for going to the theatre, delights 
in devouring submarine sandwiches. 
A top student at W.H.S., Sue par- 
ticipates in the Brandeis College 
program. Bonne chance, "Sue!" 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Newspaper Staff 3. 4; Latin Club 2, 
£.4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Program 
chairman 4; Mirror Literary Staff 4. 



SANDRA POTTER 
468 Totten Pond Road 
College II 

"Really, oh no!" pretty "Sandy" 
calls to her friends, Sue, Holly, 
and Sharon, as she races to a ski 
club meeting. Green-eyed Sandra 
enjoys many sports, especially ski- 
ing and skating. We all know she 
will do well in college. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
2, 3, 4. 




ALFRED PRIEST 

37 Cleveland Road 
College II 

"Good move!" yells sportsminded 
"Al" as he rushes to Miss Ta- 
bor's English class with his friends, 
John, Tom, and Ron. He hopes to 
attend junior college in the fall, 
and we wish him good luck always. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4- Baseball 
2, 3. 4. 



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DAVID PRIOR 
55 Harrington Road 
College I 

"Hello dere", says "Dave" to 
his friends, Joe, Don, and Gary. 
This pizza-munching senior, who 
comes to us from South Junior 
and Lexington Street Junior, likes 
Math class with Mr. Lynch and 
baseball, basketball and football 
games. Future plans include at- 
tending college to become an en- 
gineer. Best of luck, "Dave"! 




CATHERINE QUINN 
45 Clements Road 
College I 

When vivacious "Cathy" isn't 
attending hockey cheerleading prac- 
tices, she is enjoying the basket- 
ball games with Pauline, Judy, and 
Sally. In her leisure, "Cathy" en- 
joys swimming, dancing, or eating 
her favorite food, steak. Her future 
plans include majoring in Elemen- 
tary Education at college. 

Activities: Hockey cheerleader 4; F.T.A 
3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4. 



GWEN PUGSLEY 
16 Brigham Road 
College II 

This attractive girl likes to sew, 
ski, skate, swim, and ride horse- 
back. "Pugsy" can be seen, on her 
way to English class with friends, 
Pat, Scooter, and Ann, denouncing 
the homework and the number of 
subjects. Gwen plans to go to col- 
lege after graduation. 




PAMELA QUIRK 

24 Seminole Avenue 
Business 

This former student of Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High finds Eng- 
lish with Mr. Judge terrific. Tex, 
Cheryl, and Liz attest to the fact 
that Pamela enjoys swimming, danc- 
ing, and bowling in her spare time. 
In the future, she plans to attend 
business school. 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3, 4; Clinic 
Staff 4; Talent Show 4. 



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PRISCILLA QUEEN 
1 2 Linden Terrace 
College I 

"You're kidding"! shouts Pris- 
cilla to Charlene, Carolyn, and Ro 
when they suggest going out for 
lobster. This hockey cheerleader 
enjoys Math with Mr. Lynch the 
most at W.H.S. and short lunches, 
the least. In her leisure, this busy 
senior can be found skiing or play- 
ing the piano. Her future plans 
include a teaching career. 

Activities: Hockey cheerleader 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Ski Club 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3. 





PETER RAGUSO 
14 Elm Avenue 
Vocational 

"Pete" especially enjoys attend- 
ing history classes at W.H.S. and 
cheering W.H.S. to victory at foot- 
ball and basketball games. After 
graduation he plans to go into the 
field of printing. Along with 
"Pete's" many friends, we wish 
him luck and happiness,' always! 



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PATRICIA QUINLAN 
45 Gale Street 
College I 

"Be good!" states pert "PQ" to 

Pat, Carol, and Kelly as she leaves 

Mr. Fitz's Math class or Mrs. 

Bowman's English class. She is 

an active member of Sacred Heart's 

CYO. A career in nursing lies a- 

head for this blue-eyed South Jun- 

iorite. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Latin Club 2; 
French Club 3; Maroon Squad 4; Chem- 
istry Club 4. 




GUY RANDALL 
19 Banks Street 
College II 

Chorus practice with Uncle Her- 
bie and stamp collecting rate highly 
with Guy. When not studying Eng- 
lish or listening to music, Guy can 
be found eating pizza with Vern, 
Barry, and Doug. Music school is 
in this former North Juniorite's 
future. Best of luck, Guy! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Folk 
Song Club 4; Library Assistant 3: Cho- 
rus 2, 3, 4. 



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MAUREEN RAVALLI 
648 Trapelo Road 
College II 

Bubbling, brown-eyed Maureen 

is usually found munching subs 

with Judy and Jeanette. She finds 

Talent Show the nicest aspect of 

life at W.H.S., but thinks crowded 

corridors the worst. Best of luck 

in the future, Maureen, and may 

happiness be yours. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4, Make-up Chairman 4; 
Mirror Homeroom Representative 4; Sen- 
ior Play, Make-up Chairman 4. 




TIMOTHY REED 
63 Greenwood Lane 
College I 

"Tim," alias "Othy Reves," is 

an active musician; he plays in the 

German Club and W.H.S. bands 

as well as the American Legion 

band. Skiing, coin collecting, and 

golfing all appeal to "Tim," who 

is also the treasurer of the German 

Club. Hey Mac, Wig, and A-Crane 

tell us that he enjoys Biology class 

at W.H.S. and hopes to become 

a chemist or biologist. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4. 



RODNEY RAVESI 
21 Everett Street 
College II 

This former North Juniorite finds 
gym his favorite at W.H.S. "Rod" 
is usually seen with Bill, Wally, 
and Dave, roaming around the cafe- 
teria or working on cars. He is 
crazy about cars, from Cadillacs to 
hot rods. Good luck in college, 
"Rod." 




RICHARD REGAN 
520 Pleasant Street 
Vocational 

"Dickey" comes to W.H.S. from 
Watertown West High. At Wal- 
tham, math, lifting weights, and 
hunting rate highly. When not in 
school, "Dickey" is often found 
talking with R. Rousseau, R. Belli- 
veau, and C. Gillis over a serving 
of corned beef and cabbage. Future 
plans include working in welding 
and night school. Good Luck! 



ROBERT REARDON 
38 Bruce Road 
College I 

"Barney" comes to us from War- 
ren Junior High, Newton. Our golf 
team co-captain loves lunch with 
John, Fred, Iger, and Bob. "Bar- 
ney's" eyes sparkle when it comes 
to history. College is in the future 
plans for this jovial senior. Best 
of luck! 

Activities: Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Co- 
captain 4; Student Council 3, 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; French Club 4. 




DAVID REID 

25 Howard Street 
Vocational 

Active "Dave" enjoys the friend- 
liness of all the kids at Waltham 
High best of all. Friends tell us 
that he likes submarine sandwiches. 
Although "Dave" is uncertain as to 
his plans for the future, we wish 
him the best that W.H.S. has to 
offer. 



BONNIE REASOR 
101 Prospect Hill Road 
College I 

This quiet blonde is inseparable 
from her "twin," the other Bonnie. 
Much of her spare time is spent 

, eating fried clams at Ho Jo's or 
bowling with Bonnie, Bobbi, and 
Sandy. Thinking of homework, she 
exclaims, "Crumb", but classes with 
her "twin" rate highly. Biology is 

. an understandable favorite, as she 
intends to be a medical technolo- 
gist. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Main Office Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 
4; Latin Club 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




RICHARD RENNA 
16 Clinton Street 
College I 

Attending French class and play- 
ing football are "Richie's" favorite 
pastimes at W.H.S. This brown- 
eyed, athletic lad, who came to us 
from South Junior High, hopes to 
attend college after graduation. Best 
of luck always, "Richie," and may 
success be yours. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 



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IRENE RESTIERI 
682 Beaver Street 
Honors ' 

This busy senior, our represent- 
ative at Girls' State, impressed 
everyone there with her genuine 
qualities which so endear her to Jo 
and "The Gang." Irene's fondest 
memories of her high school days 
will include football and basketball 
games, excursions to Chinese res- 
taurants, Talent Show, and Senior 
Play. She plans to attend college 
and to her we extend our best 
wishes. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4, Publicity 
Chairman 4; Senior Play 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 3, 4; Literary Editor 4; 
Newspaper 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4. 



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ROY RIVERS 
63-F Hansen Road 
Business 

Our fervent pool player, "Dan- 
ny," is equally enthusiastic about 
meeting new friends at W.H.S. 
Bookkeeping is tops on the list of 
this classmate, as is steak. Friends, 
Hank and Mike, will readily agree 
that "Danny" will be successful as 
he continues his studies at a busi- 
ness school next year. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Talent Show 
4; Student Council 3. 



JUDY RHOADES 

475 Trapelo Road 
Business 

Judy comes to W.H.S. from the 
State of Maine. This blonde, blue- • 
eyed senior enjoys Chinese food, 
Business Machines class, and Mr. 
Judge's English class. Friends, Lin- 
da and Kathy, both agree that Judy 
will be a success in the I.B.M. 
field. Best of luck in the future! 




ROBERT RIZZO 

162 Lowell Street 
College I 

"You're joking," says "Bob" to 
Norm, Bill, and Dave when some- 
one suggests missing a lunch of 
charcoal broiled steak. According to 
Bob, 2:30 Friday is the best time 
at W.H.S. and 8:00 Monday the 
worst. Democracy rates highly with 
this senior, who plans to attend 
the Massachusetts College of Phar- 
macy after graduation. 



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VICTOR RICCIARDI 

13 Dartmouth Street 
Distributive Education 

When "Vic" shouts, "Forget 
about it," to Bob, Mike, or Ron, 
he's not referring to either his 
math class or his favorite hobbies, 
pool and bowling. He might be 
speaking of the crowded school 
conditions, however. This hazel- 
eyed North Junior does like the 
school spirit at W.H.S., and he 
thinks the kids are tops ! Good 
luck, "Vic." 





JOYCE ROBERTS 
74 Hillcroft Road 
College II 

Art, history, and working in Mr. 
B's office vie for top position in 
"Juicy's" list of Waltham High 
"greats." After school hours, she 
can be found sipping chocolate 
pineapple sodas with Lizabeth, Lai- 
la, and Mack. She holds offices in 
both her church fellowship and 
Rainbow. A career in dental hy- 
giene is the dream of this senior. 

Activities: French Club 4; Chorus 2, 
3, 4; Chemistry Club 4. 



GREGORY RICHARDSON 

164 Rose Hill Way 
College I 

"That's the way the Mercedes 
Benz!" says "Greg" to buddies, 
Skip, Dex, and Warren, when 
talking about having all his classes 
during one school day. An active 
member of DeMolay, "Greg" also 
finds enjoyment in electronics, lab 
classes, and Physics with Mr. Avery. 
We know this likable senior will 
be a success at college. 
Activities: Senior High Band 2, 3, 4. 



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DEBORAH ROBINSON 
22-A Dermody Road 
College I 

Just mention swimming, and en- 
ergetic "Deb" is already half way 
into the water. This brown-eyed 
senior relishes onion rings shared 
with Lynda, Clank, and Judy. "Deb- 
by," who hails from Lexington 
Street Junior High, looks forward 
to lunch periods and fire drills at 
W.H.S. Good luck at college, 
"Deb." 

Activities: Student Council 2, 3. 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; French Club 2, 3; Latin 
Club 2. 






CAROL RODES 
196 Temple Road 
College I 

This brown-haired, brown-eyed 
senior likes Latin Class and chem- 
istry class best at W.H.S., but she 
says "Oh! Brother!" when some- 
one mentions gym. Carol's future 
plans include a career as a medical 
technologist. Best of luck always, 
Carol, and may success be yours. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3, 4. 




ARLENE RUBIN 
99 Brewster Road 
Business 

Water-skiing, swimming, and ice- 
skating with Sue and Cheryl are 
tops with "Honka." This green- 
eyed miss likes law class and fire 
drills best at W.H.S. Arlene plans 
to be a legal secretary after grad- 
uation. Good luck always, Arlene! 

Activities: Chorus 4; Pep Squad 4; News- 
paper 4. 



DEBORAH ROSE 
200 Trapelo Road 
Honors 

Whenever "The Gang" is in a 
dilemma, "Debby" always has the 
perfect solution as she declares 
"Ubi dubi . . ." Between skiing 
in knickers and sunning on sandy 
beaches, "Debby" attends W.H.S., 
where she is co-editor of This 
Week at Waltham High School. 
"Deb" plans to attend a liberal 
arts college and major in Political 
Science. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Co- 
editor 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Senior Play 4. 



ANTHONY ROUSSEAU 

719 Moody Street 
Vocational 

"Tony" will never forget any of 

the field trips he took with friends, 

Bob, Joe, and Kim . . . finds math 

his favorite subject . . . keeps busy 

as reporter for W.H.S. newspaper 

column and as an efficient Senior 

Class Treasurer. 

Activities: Student Exchange Committee 
3; Class Treasurer 4; Vocational Views 

4. 





LLOYD RUGGLES 

132 Russell Street 
Vocational 

When not in shop, his favorite 
class, Lloyd can be found with 
Marty at football games or looking 
at the girls at lunch. Some day, 
Lloyd hopes to own a machine shop, 
but more immediate plans include 
the Navy. Happy sailing, Lloyd ! 



CHARLES RYAN 
48 Hall Street 
College II 

When the aroma of cafeteria 
lunches fills the air, "Chas" is 
sure to be around. More than likely 
the topic discussed at meal time 
is pool. Friends, Ronnie, Joe, and 
Billy, tell us that gym and home- 
room are favorites with "Chas." Af- 
ter graduation, this lover of lunch 
periods plans to enter the Air 
Force. 



RONALD ROUSSEAU 

719 Moody Street 
Vocational 

"Ronnie" is a graduate of South 
Junior High. This brown-haired, 
brown-eyed lad enjoys ice-skating 
and watching football games. 
Triends, R. Regan, R. Belliveau, 
and P. Gillis, agree that he will 
use his welding course to good 
advantage in the future. Good luck, 
"Ronnie." 




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ROBERT RYAN 
137 Thorton Road 
College II 

"Bob's" philosophy of 
summed up in one phrase, 
ever you do, do well, 
eel lent sky-diver, skin diver, and 
water skier, "Bob" also enjoys 
writing, acting, and singing. His 
English courses and drama and cho- 
rus productions are his favorites 
at W.H.S. After graduation, "Bob- 
bie" hopes to go to college and 
then to enter the priesthood. 

Activities: Cross Country 3; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Chorus 
3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3. 

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PAUL ST. AMAND 
52 Whitman Road 
Honors 

"How 'bout that, sports fans?" 
yells the "bigshot" of the Chess 
Club. His friends, primarily in 
"The Gang," refer to this scien- 
tific senior as "P.S.A." Rating high- 
ly with this former North Juniorite 
are lab classes, physics, chess, and 
tennis. His future plans include 
graduate work at M.I.T. and a ca- 
reer as an engineer in the Navy. 

Activities: Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Crimson 
Key 4; Mirror Literary Staff 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 
3, 4. 



LAILA SALO 

102 Mallard Way 
Honors 

If there was ever a contest for 
"the blushing-est girl in the high 
school," blue-eyed Laila, co-editor 
of This Week at Waltham High, 
would win by a landslide. One of 
Waltham High's most active sen- 
iors, Laila is also active in Rain- 
bow and plans to attend a liberal 
arts college after graduation. Best 
of luck, Laila ! 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Co- 
editor 4; Senior Play 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. 





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BETTY SANGELEER 
8 Villa Street 
Stenographic 

"Are you kidding me?" shouts 
"Betts" to Donna, Ro, and Nancy, 
when they, too, express their dis- 
like for the crowded conditions and 
cafe lunches at W.H.S. But look- 
ing on the brighter side of things, 
Betty enjoys the assemblies and 
her Bookkeeping class with Miss 
Mooney most at W.H.S. Betty hopes 
to attend business school after grad- 
uation. Good luck, "Betts" ! 

Activities: Chorus 2; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Library Council 3; Mirror Clerical 
Staff 4: Talent Show 4. 






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MARY SANTA MARIA 
84 Church Street 
Stenographic 

"I doubt it!" quips fun-loving 
"Mazie" to friends, Eddie, Nancy, 
and Kathy. Mr. Hood's English 
class rates highly with her, who en- 
joys dancing and sleeping. Brown- 
eyed "Maizie" plans to attend busi- 
ness school after graduation. Best 
of luck, Mary ! 
Activities: Pep Squad 3. 



MARILYN SAMPSON 
235 Pine Hill Circle 

Stenographic 

"Mai," who comes to us from 
St. Mary's, rates parties, horseback 
riding, and modern jazz among her 
"vicissitudes of life." Friends, Ca- 
rol, Kathie, and Jackie, agree that 
"Mai" likes Shorthand with Miss 
Hogarty best at Waltham High. 
She'll be glad to go to business 
college next year to get away from 
the mad rush for lunch at W.H.S. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4;- Senior 
Play 4; Talent Show 4; Waltham Youth 
Council 2, 3, 4. 



DONNA SAMWAYS 
11 Gardner Street 
Distributive Education 

Hearing the dismissal bell al- 
ways brings a sparkle to "Sam's" 
blue eyes. Along wih friends, Tony 
and Dave, "Sam" enjoys pizza and 
her hobbies, which include sewing 
and knitting. Donna hopes to pur- 
sue a career in'reT^iling in the 
future. 

Activities: DECA 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Talent Show 3. 





MARION SANTOLUCITO 

34 Fiske Avenue 
Business 

When not in school enjoying 
English class, Marion can be seen 
driving her friends, Charlene, Don- 
na, and Marsha, downtown to do 
some shopping. This former North 
Juniorite likes lasagna, spaghetti, 
the friendliness at W.H.S., and 
collecting records. Marion plans to 
obtain a secretarial position after 
graduation. 

Activities: Data Processing 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Business Staff 3. 



STEPHEN SARMANIAN 
15 Riverside Drive 
College I 

"Steve," a graduate of North 
Junior High, likes to read auto 
magazines in his spare hours at 
home. He can usually be seen 
"hanging around" with his friend, 
Don. Although his future plans 
are uncertain, we are sure that 
"Steve" will be successful. 






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JAMES SAVAGE 
215 Felton Street 
Vocational 

When someone suggests to "Sal- 
vo" that he'll miss seeing the girls 
in the W.H.S. cafeteria, his only 
comment is "I'm not gonna!" "Sal- 
vo" enjoys bowling or eating lob- 
ster with his buddies, Mule, Bob, 
and Jerry, and plans to enter the 
service after graduation. 




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KAREN SAWICKI 
4 Brightwood Road 
Stenographic 

Blonde, blue-eyed Karen likes 
typing and lunch the best at 
W.H.S. Subs and roast beef are 
high on her list of favorites. Her 
friends, Cheryl, Joanne, and Beth 
will agree that "Squeeky" is a lot 
of laughs! Good luck always, Ka- 
ren! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad 2, 3. 




ANDREA SCAMMAN 
33 Summit Avenue 
College I 

Petite "Andi" loves riding motor 
scooters with Sue and listening to 
Beatle records. During school hours, 
English and math classes are fa- 
vorites. Junior college awaits "An- 
di" after graduation. We wish you 
the very best of luck always, 
"Andi." 

Activities: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Library Coun- 
cil 4; Latin Club 2. 



CAROLE SCHAUFUS 

72 Mallard Way 
Stenographic 

"Unbelievable!" yells Carole as 

she rushes to English class with her 

friends, Sally, Karen, and Patty. 

Football games and fire drills are 

tops with this pretty, peppy senior. 

Carole plans to attend Kathryn 

Gibbs Secretarial School next year. 

The best of luck to you, Carole. 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Mr. Morang's Office 
Staff 4; English Office Staff 4. 



ELIOT SAWIN 
63 Barbara Road 
College I 

When not in school enjoying 
Math with Mr. Lynch, "Skip" can 
be found at home fixing the ra- 
dio or television set or eating his 
favorite food, squash pie. This 
bright-eyed boy came to W.H.S. 
from North Junior. He plans to 
go to an engineering or electronics 
college in the fall. 
Activities: Track 3. 




KAREN SCAFIDI 
149 Trapelo Road 
College I 

Popular Karen came from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High and can 
usually be seen dashing down an 
"up stairway" on her way to Eng- 

: lish class. Karen, Carole, Sally, and 
Pat all agree that third lunch is 
tops at W.H.S. Karen is looking 
forward to an art college after 

i graduation. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Talent 
Show 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep 
Squad 2. 



BETTY SCHEINFELDT 
1085 Main Street 
Honors 

"How goes it?" asks Betty about 
her new creative writing and jour- 
nalism classes at W.H.S. Betty's 
hobbies are reading, writing, and 
playing the accordion; she hopes 
someday to return to Germany 
where she visited as our exchange 
student. Good luck, Betty! 

Activities: Exchange Student 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror Literary and 
Business Staffs 4; Senior Play 4. 




GEORGE SCHIFF 
52 Bowker Road 
College I 

"Fuzzy" frequently exclaims to 
anyone who comes out in defense 
of the study halls, "Are you a 
joke?" When not mountain climb- 
ing or eating Chinese food, he can 
be seen studying for physics, a 
"top flight" course in his estima- 
tion. Best of luck at college, George! 



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JUDITH SCHIFFBAUER 
151 Longfellow Road 
College I 

Blonde, blue-eyed "Judy" is most 

frequently heard saying, "Jimmy's 

picking me up after school today." 

In school, "Judy" likes her math 

class with Mr. Fitzgerald and her 

German class, but she really loathes 

those studies with nothing to do. 

In her crystal ball, Judy sees plans 

for continual work at the Stop and 

Shop and then marriage. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Talent Show 2; Girls' Sports 2. 




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LINDA SCHOONER 

354 Weston Street 
College I 

When it comes to homework, 
blonde-haired Linda tells Pat, Don- 
na, and Gwen, "I don't know!" 
"Scooter's" blue eyes really light 
up at the thought of lobster and 
skiing. A dream about the future 
pictures Linda as a scientific re- 
search secretary. Good luck ! 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Ski Club 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Talent 
Show 4. 



CHERYL SCHOOLS 

66 Golden Crest Avenue 
Stenographic 

Lasagna and spaghetti rank high 
among "Blondie's" favorite foods. 
This blue-eyed Lexington Street 
Junior alumna can be seen walk- 
ing to Miss Hogarty's Shorthand 
class with her friends, "Woody," 
Liz, and Pam. Cheryl, who dislikes 
fifth lunch, plans to go on to sec- 
retarial school. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Data Process- 
ing 3; Talent Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 




MICHAEL SCICHILONE 

22 Francis Street 
Vocational 

"Retard!" shrieks "Chick," who 
comes to us from North Junior 
High . . . loves gym class, the best 
at W.H.S. . . . wishes sessions were 
nonexistent . . . Ronnie, "Swede," 
and Al all agree that Mike will 
succeed in the field of auto body 
repair. 



THOMAS SEALE 

49 Piedmont Avenue 

College II 

"Get lost," Tom teases "Woody," 

"Bump," and "Lizard" as they 

bomb down to Carl's Store . . . 

boasts of blond hair and brown 

eyes . . . munches subs during off 

hours . . . plans to attend college. 

Good luck in your future, Tom. 

Activities: Football 2; Baseball 2; Hockey 
2. 



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NANCY SEDOTE 
15 Benefit Street 
Distributive Education 

This former South Juniorite en- 
joys gym at W.H.S. but dislikes 
the homework. Nancy's hobbies 
include reading and eating lasagna 
with friends, Carol, Janice, and 
Billie. Although her future plans 
are uncertain, we know Nancy will 
be successful in whatever she does. 



VERA-ANNE SEMENZA 
190 Totten Pond Road 
College I 

Here comes fun-loving "Cisi" 

with friends, Judi, Joey, and Linda. 

"Cisi" shouts, "Really?" when they 

suggest going out for a pizza or 

just driving in the "Merc." She 

will never forget Mrs. Huszti's 

U.S. History class. This former 

South Juniorite enjoys passing to 

classes and seeing the "gang" most 

at W.H.S. 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; French Club 
3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Latin Club 2; Ma- 
roon Squad 4. 




LINDA SHAW 

90 Ravenswood Road 

Honors 

Watch out! Here comes Linda, 
followed by Anita and Sue. She's 
just left chorus and she's heading 
toward the yearbook office for an- 
other meeting of the business staff. 
This popular senior has been an 
active member and officer in her 
church fellowship. Good luck, Lin- 



Actiiities: Minor 3, 4, Business Staff 
Editor 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
2; French Club 3; Newspaper Staff 3. 



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MARK SHERMAN 
171 Barbara Road 
College I 

Brown-eyed "Sherm" likes gym and 
physics most at W.H.S. "You 
grub!" he yells to Mike, Bob, and 
Brian on the way to Ski Club meet- 
ing. These friends tell us that bas- 
ketball, bowling, and tennis take 
up most of his spare time and that 
he could eat steak any time. Best 
of luck, "Sherm." 
Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 




CAROL SILVIO 
16 Hamblin Road 
College II 

Carol's advice to Sue, Mary, and 
Pat, is "Don't worry about it." 
Her brown eyes sparkle when some- 
one mentions lobster or Chinese 
food. English with Mrs. Shirley 
rates as her favorite subject. Lasell 
Junior College lies ahead for Carol. 

Activities: Student Council 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Mr. Belliveau's Office Staff 
4; French Club 3; Latin Club 2. 



JOHN SHIRLEY 
190 Robbins Street 
College II 

"Ya wanna run it?" shouts John 
as he rushes to Mr. Prohovich's 
English class with Randi, Dave, and 
Nick. Formerly of South Junior 
High, John enjoys skiing, scuba 
diving, and archery. A career in 
the Navy is in John's future. Good 
luck! 



Activities: Ski Club 4; 
2, 3. 



Dramatics Club 




JOHN SIMSON 
346 Bacon Street 
College II 

"This is really ugly," John can 
be heard exclaiming, though never 
in reference to sports or lobster 
fishing. "Johnny" enjoys gym and 
economics at W.H.S. Roast beef 
also rates high with this blond sen- 
ior. Good luck in the future, "John- 
ny." 
Activities: Football 2. 





ELIZABETH SIANO 
203 Florence Roa< 
Business 

Hailing from' Noi/th Junior, 
brown-eyed "Betty" loves the kids 
at W.H.S., especially her friends, 
Claire, Paula, and Joan. Attending 
English class and eating pizza stand 
high on her list of favorites. Good 
luck always to this friendly senior! 







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CAROL SILVA 

19 Aberdeen Avenue 

Distributive Education 

Carol -can usually be spotted with 
her friends, Gail, Richie, and Mary 
. . . enjoys her favorite pastimes, 
swimming, bowling, and miniature 
golf. Room decorating class in the 
Distributive Ed course and retail- 
ing interest Carol the most, and 
she looks forward to IBM school 
after graduation. 

Activities: DECA 4; Main Office Staff 
3; Equestrian Club 3. 




E. CARSON SKINNER 
205 Brown Street 
College II 

"Buzz," a former South Junior- 
ite, spends his leisure time in the 
art room or tinkering with cars. 
Ritchie, Jimmy, and Billy verify 
the fact that his favorite food is 
fried clams. This blue-eyed senior 
enjoys his Math class with Mr. Fo- 
ley. We are sure that "Buzz" will 
do well in the future. 




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CYNTHIA SKOTLAND 

31 Circle Drive 

College II 

Cheerful "Cindy" likes roller 

skating, dancing, and bowling with 

her friends, Bonnie, Tina, and 

Mouse. Personal Typing, steak, and 

the 2:30 bell also rank highly with 

this Lexington Street Junior High 

Alumna. Cynthia plans to become 

a telephone operator. Good luck! 

Activities: Cafeteria Staff 4; Mr. Mo- 
rang's Office Staff 4 



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WENDY SLATER 
31 Manning Road 
Honors 

"Wen" is happiest when she is 
sailing or attending our football 
games. "The Gang" all agree that 
English and fried clams make her 
blue eyes sparkle, but mid-years 
and finals bring a frown. When 
not attending a Latin Club meet- 
ing, she can be found working on 
the Senior Play and Talent Show 
business staffs. We all wish Wendy 
the best of luck at college. 

Activities: Senior Play 4, Business Chair- 
man 4; Talent Show 4, Business Chair- 
man 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




DONALD SMITH 
152 Riverview Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed "Donnie," we find, 
spends most of his time with Char- 
lie and Leith — either taking cars 
apart or playing pool. This South 
Junior alumnus is one of thousands 
of omnivorous students at W.H.S. 
(That is, he'll eat anything!). Al- 
though "Donnie" has no definite 
future plans, we're sure he'll do 
well in whatever he tries. 



CYNTHIA SMALL 

127 Hardy Pond Road 
College I 

Blonde "Cindy" can often be 
seen cheering for W.H.S. Best 
friends, Jane, Lynda, and Clank, 
can testify that rallies and English 
class are at the top of this peppy 
senior's list of favorites. Her fu- 
ture plans include college. Good 
luck, "Cindy." 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Pep Squad 
2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4. 








GORDON SMITH 
6 Alderwood Road 
College I 

"Gordie," who hails from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High, enjoys 
history and studies best at W.H.S. 
"Whoopie Do!" he is often heard 
shouting to Dave and Scott as he 
hurries to the swimming pool or 
the hockey rink. Best wishes for 
your college career, Gordon! 



CAREN SMELLEDGE 

87-2 Lyman Street 
College I 

"You know," says "Ca," to Di, 
Mouse, and Sandy, "the kids at 
W.H.S. are great!" Besides the 
kids, Caren likes her history class- 
es. Now if only the lunches 
weren't so crowded, Caren would 
be completely happy. Outside of 
school her spare time is spent 
painting and drawing. After grad- 
uation, Caren would like to be- 
come a nurse. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Chem- 
istry Club 4; Mr. Belliveau's Office 
3, 4. 



BRENDA SMITH 
416 Wyman Street 
Honors 

"Got anything to eat?" asks 

"Bren." A very active senior, she 

likes math and Mr. May best at 

W.H.S. When she's not horseback 

riding, she's eating bagels with Bill, 

Franz, and "The Gang," or yelling 

cues to the Senior Play Cast. We 

all know this witty girl will do 

well in college. 

Activities: Senior Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Senior Play 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 4. 





JACQUELINE SMITH 
335 Newton Street 
College II 

Steak, pizza, art and cafeteria 
studies are all "great," according 
to "Checks," but gym showers are 
all wet! Carol, Gail, and Susan 
tell us that this brown-eyed senior 
plans to visit Germany after grad- 
uation. Auf Wiedersehen and V'tel 
Gluck, "Jackie" ! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Red Cross 
Representative 2. 

CARlmNE^SOBEI 

-74lCeda|wood Avenue 

} ^PKiiock ilSLoff!" ticj-ies'i "Carry" 
Iwhen "someone suggests missing a 
/Uunch pf/yxlamlijjlnd onion rings, 
^obbj&j&m, carld Little One agree 
that,/ Mr. Hejflin's Data PrUessing 
class ratesN-nighly with likkble "Car- 
ry," wHo/e fkvftiteipasl)fone is chew- 
ing gum. Oke thi/ig 0he dislikes at 
W.H.S. is*-' the lick, of elevators, 
a situation we'll try to remedy. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom 3; Chorus 3. 




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JOHN SOZANSKI 
123 Lakeview Avenue 
Vocational 

John came to W.H.S. from Lex- 
ington Street Jr. High . . . shouts, 
"Hand it up" to best friends, Al, 
Rick, and Swede, on the way to 
gym or the cafe . . . confesses a 
weakness for subs . . . plans to 
work with cars after graduation. 
Activities: Talent Show 3, 4. 



SUSAN SPARKS 
121 Worcester Lane 
College I 

"I'll tell you later," says "Sue" 
to Margie, Sandy, and Maureen, but 
there are no strings attached to the 
fact that this senior loves to play 
the guitar as well as ski and sew. 
English with Miss Tabor is a fa- 
vorite with Sue at W.H.S. Future 
plans include attending a small lib- 
eral arts college. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 




PETTER STEEN 
109 Worcester Lane 
College I 

Tall, blond Petter is the W.H.S. 
exchange student from Norway. An 
avid ski enthusiast, Petter is treas- 
urer of the Ski Club and accom- 
panies them on their week-end ex- 
cursions. Petter, who finds W.H.S. 
students friendly, especially enjoys 
candybars, math, and "The Gang." 
This lad plans to follow in the 
steps of his parents and become 
a doctor. 

Activities: Cross Country 4; Ski Club 4, 
Treasurer 4. 



RICHARD STEVENS 
81 Ellery Road 
College I 

Off in a cloud of dust is "Dick" 
on his red Vespa! Popular "Dick" 
enjoys track meets and the dis- 
missal bell most at Waltham High. 
Friends tell us that his eyes light 
up at the mention of skiing, rid- 
ing, or swimming. He wishes the 
lunches weren't so crowded, though, 
and "Why isn't lobster on the 
menu?" College is next in line. 

Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 
3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; 
Band 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD SPECTER 
18 Bryant Road 
College II 

Laughing and talking while walk- 
ing to his physics class is "Spec's" 
favorite pastime. This green-eyed, 
happy senior also loves working on 
cars in his spare time. We join his 
friends, Rod, George, and Walter, 
in wishing him good luck! 




DAVID SPICER 

36 Copley Avenue 
College I 

President of his Youth Fellow- 
ship and active in De Molay, 
"Dave" comes from Lexington 
Street Junior High . . . enjoys Mr. 
Lynch's Math IV class . . . shares 
stuffed shrimp with Gordie, John, 
and Gator . . . relaxes with water 
skiing and hunting . . . plans to 
work eventually in the Air Force 
Dental Corps. 

Activities: Rifle Club 3; Language Lab 
Assistant 3, 4. 




ROBERT STEVENS 
60 Fiske Street 
College I 

"Bob," a former North Juniorite, 
likes Mr. Lynch's Math IV class 
best at W.H.S. Frank, Bruce, and 
Walt will tell you that he enjoys 
playing hockey, but his homework 
load limits his spare time. "Bob" 
hopes to enter a business school 
after graduation. 



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ANITA STEWART 
Al Clark Street 
College II 

"Oh, sugar!" yells "Nickie" to 
Andi, Sue, and Linda as she runs 
from lunch to a study or to Eng- 
lish class. Track meets, swimming, 
and sewing take up much of this 
talkative senior's time. After grad- 
uation, "Nickie" plans to attend 
a secretarial school. 

Activities: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4- Senior Play Usherette 4; English 
Office Staff 2, 3, 4. 



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DONNA STITT 
88 Plympton Street 
Stenographic 

This vivacious girl, a former stu- 
dent at North Junior High, delights 
in eating fried clams. Dancing is 
high on her list of interests, along 
with bookkeeping and friends, Mar- 
sha and Marion. Donna has fond 
remembrances of studies with Mrs. 
Shirley and hopes to attend a busi- 
ness college. Best of luck in the 
future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Talent Show 
4. 




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DOUGLAS SULLIVAN 

25 Harland Road 
College I 

In his spare time, "Doug" can 
be found playing golf with Tom, 
Fred, and Bob. Math with Mr. 
Foley rates highly with him, but 
those short hectic lunch periods are 
at the bottom of his list. This for- 
mer North Juniorite hopes to at- 
tend college after graduation. Best 
of luck, "Doug," in whatever field 
you choose! 

Activities: Mirror Sports Editor 4; Senior 
Play 4; Talent Show 4; Golf Team 
3, 4; Audio-Visual Staff 4. 



DEXTER STONE 
167 Rose Hill Way 
College I 

"Dex," who comes to us from 
North Junior, likes history best 
at W.H.S. Skip, Warren, and Greg 
tell us that his blue eyes light up 
at the mention of steak. College is 
next in line for "Dex." Good luck 
always ! 

Activities: Track 3; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 2. 




SHARON SULLIVAN 
6 Hemlock Terrace 
College I 

"Hey guys!" says blue-eyed Sha- 
ron to her friends, Judy, Jill, and 
Janice, on her way to a basketball 
or football game. The college- 
bound senior, who comes to us 
from Lexington Street Junior High, 
likes Typing class with Mr. Tyner 
best at W.H.S. Good luck, Sharon! 

Activities: Waltham Youth Council 3, 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4- Maroon Squad 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3. 



PETER STRAGGAS 

75 Maple Street 
College I 

"Greek" considers democracy, 
Mr. Lynch' s Math classes, and 
studies the highest points in our 
curriculum. English classes and ses- 
sions are tied for the lowest point. 
This brown-haired, brown-eyed 
W.H.S. senior plans to attend 
Franklin Tech, and study automo- 
tive technology. 




ELOISE SWAN 
14 Crafts Street 
College II 

"That's the way the cookie crum- 
bles," says "Ellie" to Nancy, Mar- 
tha, and Joyce when referring to 
the long stairways we have to climb 
at W.H.S. When not enjoying her 
favorite food, hamburgers, she can 
be seen engaged in her favorite pas- 
time, art. After graduation from 
college, "Ellie" hopes to become 
a teacher. 

Activities: F.T.A. 4; Library Council 4; 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Knitting Club 3: Mr. 
Belliveau's Office Staff 4. 



THOMAS STRECK 
138 Florence Road 
College I 

Active in DeMolay, "Tom's" fa- 
vorites include Math class with 
Mr. Lynch, fried chicken, and lunch 
with friends, Fred, Doug, and Rod- 
ney. Outside of school, golfing and 
bowling are considered tops. Fu- 
ture plans for this North Junior 
graduate include attending college. 
Good luck, "Tom." 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Talent Show 
4; Audio-Visual 4. 




GALE SWANSON 
222 Worcester Lane 
College II 

"Don't be too sure!" Gale warns 
Susan, Mary, and Pattie as the girls 
tackle a lobster dinner. "Gay," as 
this peppy hockey cheerleader is 
called, hails from Chapel Hill and 
Lexington St. Junior High. Fondest 
memories of W.H.S. will always 
include the Talent Show, and we 
will always remember Gale's beau- 
tiful voice. She plans to go into 
show business. 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 



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PAUL SWANSON 
117 Edgewater Drive 
Vocational 

"Swanee" enjoys W.H.S. assem- 
blies best, according to Richard, 
Charlie, and James . . . fried chic- 
ken, boats, and cars are his fa- 
vorites . . . North Junior sent him 
to us . . . plans a career in car- 
pentry or the Navy. Best of luck, 
Paul! 




ROGER TAMBASCIA 
239 River Street 
Vocational 

Brown-eyed "Tambo" wishes ses- 
sions weren't handed out so of- 
ten. His friends, Joe, Emile, and 
Greg, tell us that football rallies 
and lunch rate highly with this 
senior, whose favorite food is steak. 
Good luck in the future, "Tambo." 



RENO SWANSON 

234 Prospect Hill Road 
Vocational 

"You've got a point there!" 
shouts Reno to friends, Jim, Sandy, 
and Jim, as he works on his fa- 
vorite hobby, cars. Theory, shop, 
and Chinese food stand high on his 
list of favorites, but he dislikes the 
session room most. After gradua- 
tion, Reno will attend prep school. 




KATHLENE TAYLOR 
12 Rockridge Road 
Business 

"Kathy" enjoys English classes 
best at W.H.S. This fried-clam 
lover can usually be seen at as- 
semblies with her friends, Chuck, 
Ellie, and Betty. We wish you the 
best of luck in the future, "Kathy," 
because we know you deserve it. 



GEORGE SWARTZ 
24 Loretta Road 
College II 

George's favorite hobby is hav- 
ing a good time . . . best pals are 
Mike, Benny, and Larry . . . fond- 
est memory of W.H.S. will be the 
student rallies after lunch ... fa- 
vorite saying: "Have another one." 
Best of luck, George, and may suc- 
cess be yours. 




PATRICIA TEXEIRA 

74 Mokema Avenue 
Business 

"Tex" came to us from L.S.J. H. 
"I don't want to hear it," she 
remarks to Pam, Liz, and Sue, 
when they mention sessions. Swim- 
ming and drawing fill up the 
spare time of "Tex." Rallies are 
among the favorite activities of 
this brownhaired gal. Her future 
plans include business school. 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Clinic Staff 
4; Main Office Staff 3, 4. 



GEORGE SWIFT 
40 Colonial Avenue 
Honors 

Blond, blue-eyed George enjoys 
his chemistry class at Brandeis and 
Math IV. A lover of lobster and 
Chinese food, "Swifty" will often 
tell other members of "The Gang" 
to "take the 4:27." This bright 
student likes tennis and swimming 
and is very active at W.H.S. George 
plans to major in Chemical En- 
gineering at M.I.T. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3. 4; 
Mirror Sports Editor 4; German Club 
2, 3. 4; Math Club 2, 3. 4; Tennis 
Team 4. 




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BARBARA THOMAS 

14 Hagar Street 
College 11 

Active "Tom" came to us from 
South Junior. She enjoys Eng- 
lish with Mr. Prohovich (along 
with chasing a certain "H.R.") the 
most at W.H.S. A lover of Chinese 
Chop Suey, Barbara can often be 
seen at F.T.A. meetings. Mary, 
Maureen, and Mary Anne will tell 
you that "Tom" hopes to attend 
a state college. Good luck, "Barb"! 

Activities: F.T.A. 3. 4, President 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3: Main Office Staff 1. 



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CHARLES TIRONE 
30 Beech Street 
College II 

"Chuckie" rates English with 
Miss Daily "cherry." This friendly 
lad willingly shares steak dinners 
with his friends, Steve, John, and 
Bill, but he balks at accompanying 
them to democracy class. An educa- 
tion at college is next in his future. 
Best of luck always ! 
Activities: Latin Club 2. 




JOHN TROMBLEY 
46-C Prospect Hill Road 
College II 

"No, no, no!" cries handsome 
"Jackie" as he awakens on Mon- 
day mornings, but he says, "Yes, 
yes, yes!" when speaking of fried 
clams and math classes. This athletic 
blond hopes to become a State Po- 
lice Officer. Best of luck, always, 
John! 

Activities: Football 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 4. 



JOHN TOOHIL 
836 Trapelo Road 
Technical 

"Tui," the popular captain of 
the W.H.S. Rifle Team, likes math 
best. He can be found with Joe, 
Don, Joe, and other "Savage 
Brothers," either hunting or lift- 
ing weights. "Shazam!" is his cry 
as he runs to get a pizza in his 
famous "Tank." Good luck to this 
active senior! 

Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 
4; Rifle Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Track 
2, 3, 4; Crimson Key 4. 



DONNA TOTAGRANDE 
25 Circuit Lane 
College I 

"You must be kidding!" shouts 
"Don" to Judy, Carolyn, and 
Claire on the way to a football 
game. Her friends tell us that she 
loves typing and lunch, and likes 
occasional excitement in the school. 
She aims for Katherine Gibbs Sec- 
retarial School after graduation. 
Best of luck, Donna ! 

Activities: Talent Show 2; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Language Lab 
Assistant 2; Newspaper Staff 3. 




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JANE TYMAN 

275 College Farm Road 

College II 

See that girl taking a red and 

white cheerleading outfit out of 

her locker? That's Jane Tyman, 

who came to W. H. S. from 

L.SJ.H.S. Lynda and Mek agree 

with this future X-ray technician 

that football and basketball games 

are great, but that there's too little 

time to get to classes. Good luck 

in the future, "Chas" ! 

Activities: Student Council 4, Girls' 
Vice-President 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 3, 
4; Waltham Youth Council 3, 4. 



DONALD UHLIN 
525 Lexington Street 
College I 

Mr. Lynch's Math class rates tops 

with this active member of the Rifle 

Team. We hear from Taylor and 

John that when he's not enjoying 

his favorite food, roast beef, he's 

"having a blast" scuba diving. This 

college-bound senior plans to enter 

either Lowell Tech or Northeastern. 

Good luck, "Donnie" ! 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle 
Team 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 4; Audio- 
Visual 2, 3. 



GARY TRAVIS 

513 Lexington Street 
College II 

"Hello, date," shouts "Tram- 
pus" to his friends, Wayne, Dave, 
and Pete, on his way to his favorite 
class, English. Ice-skating and base- 
ball top this blue-eyed senior's list 
of favorite extra-curricular activ- 
ities. After graduation, "Trampus" 
plans to study at the Boston Con- 
servatory of Music. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3 4; Ski 
Club 4. 




FRANK VAGLICA 

22 Myrtle Street 
Business 

If you hear the sound of drums, 
you can be sure it's Frank, joined 
by Charlie, Steve, and Bill. Frank 
likes lunch best at W. H. S., es- 
pecially if veal cutlets are served. 
His main complaint is the stifling 
heat in the new building during 
the summer months. Frank's future 
includes a career in accounting. 



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ROLAND VANARIA 
18 Washington Avenue 
College I 

"Roily" likes attending Italian 

class with Mr. Collura the best 

at W.H.S., as well as eating a big 

dish of ravioli. His plans for the 

immediate future include college, 

and we wish him the best of luck 

in his college career. 

Activities: Italian Club 3, 4; Language 
Lab Assistant 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4. 




LINDA VAUTOUR 

39 Fiske Street 
Stenographic 

When Linda is not in school en- 
joying her typing classes, she can 
usually be found at the stable with 
friends, Janie, Eva, and Gary. An 
avid horseback rider, Linda is the 
President and manager of our rid- 
ing club. She plans to attend a 
horsemanship school after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Riding Club 3, 4, President 
3, 4. 



JOHN VANDERLINDEN 
254 River Street 
Vocational 

A South Junior alumnus, "Van" 
enjoys shop and lunch at W.H.S. 
Jim, Bob, and Paul agree this blond 
senior is happiest working under 
cars or eating bear tongue sand- 
wiches. He plans to enter the service 
after graduation. Good luck, John. 



SUSAN VANDER WYK 
29 Wetherbee Road 
Honors 

Blonde, blue-eyed "Sue" spon- 
taneously remarks, "That's cute," 
when something pleases her, as 
friends, Linda, Andi, and Barbara, 
know. "Sue's" favorite subject is 
English with Miss Tabor. High- 
lighting her hobbies are sports and 
sewing. "Sue" frowns when school 
lunches are mentioned, but bubbles 
enthusiastically when her future 
plans at Bridgewater State College 
are discussed. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Lan- 
guage Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4. 




ALBERTO VELELLA 
169 Newton Street 
Business 

"Howhaya," says this spaghetti 
and meatballs lover to his friends, 
Jim, Joe, and Jerry, on his way 
to bookkeeping class. Al comes to 
us from South Junior. When asked 
what he likes about W. H. S. he 
replies, "The kids." Good luck 
with your future in business school ! 



PATRICIA VENO 

30 Hiawatha Avenue 
Stenographic 

"Patsy" enjoys typing at W. H. S. 
. . . can be found eating Italian 
food with Linda, Dianne, and Jerry 
. . . mutters "That's the breaks," 
in shorthand class . . . eyes a sec- 
retarial job after graduation. Good 
luck in the future. 
Activities: Talent Show 4. 



ROSARIE VASILE 

701 South Street 
Stenographic 

Here comes "Ro", the competent 
captain of our hockey cheerleaders. 
When not cheering our team to 
victory, she can be found eating 
lasagna with Betty, Priscilla, and 
Kathy. "Check ya later!" says "Ro" 
as she climbs the stairs to her 
"steno" class. Her hazel eyes would 
shine more brightly if there were 
no homework at W.H.S. 
Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4 
Captain 4; Class Treasurer 4; Business 
""ice Staff 4; Mirror Clerical Staff 4. 




LINDA VIENNEAU 
77 Central Street 
Stenographic 

Brown-haired, brown-eyed Linda 
enjoys nothing better than Chinese 
food with friends, Ruth, Anne, and 
Jane. Her favorite pastimes include 
collecting records and stuffed ani- 
mals. She hopes to attend business 
school next" year. Good luck in your 
plans for the future, Linda! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Mirror Clerical 
Staff 4. 



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BARBARA VIGUE 
15 Baldwin Road 
Stenographic 

Friendly, blue-eyed "Barb" es- 
pecially likes attending Mrs. Bow- 
man's English class with all her 
friends at W.H.S. She hopes to be 
a secretary next year, and we know 
that she will do fine. Good luck 
always, "Barb" ! 

Activities: Mirror Clerical Staff 3, 4, 
Clerical Editor 4; Mr. Levey's Office 
Staff 3, 4; Main Office Staff 4. 




MARTHA WAICKWICZ 

11 Chester Lane 

College II 

Blue-eyed "Marty" likes to sew, 

read, drive, and eat spaghetti with 

her friends, Ida, Judy, and Marilyn. 

She is a valuable asset to Rainbow 

and several church groups. English 

with Mr. Prohovich rates high on 

her list of favorites. "Marty" plans 

to attend college. Good luck! 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; Main Office 
Staff 3, 4. 



JOANNE VINCI 

130 Willow Street 
Stenographic 

English class with Mrs. Willett 
and the 2:30 bell rate highly with 
this pretty, brown-eyed senior. This 
former South Juniorite can often 
be found eating subs with friends, 
Carole, Marie, and Jean. Good luck 
at business school, Joanne. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 




DAVID WALSH 

42 Arcadia Avenue 
College I 

"How 'bout that?" quips popular 

Dave to Ron, Al, and Joe on the 

way to Brigham's for some ice 

cream. Dave's many friends tellus 

that he enjoys Mr. Fitz's Math class 

best, and that his hobbies include 

his short-wave radio, cars, and girls. 

A future in electronic technology 

is in store for Dave. Best of luck 

to one of W.H.S.'s best. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Language 
Lab Assistant 2, 3; Audio-Visual 2, 3; 
Student Council 2, 4; Talent Show 4. 



GERARD VITTI 
1 1 Loretta Road 
College II 

Gerard came to W.H.S. from 
South Junior . . . favorite subject 
is physics . . . likes coin collecting. 
He can often be found with Brian, 
George, or Don, playing whist or 
doing "zeetz." "Jerry" wishes there 
were more teachers for all the stu- 
dents at W.H.S. Gerard Z. (for 
"Zeetz") Vitti plans to become a 
college biologist or chemist. 
A tivities: Mirror Art Staff 4. 




KATHLEEN WALSH 
19 Farwell Street 
College II 

"I don't believe it!" exclaims 

"Kathy" to Patty, Lynda, and Judy 

over a Chinese meal or a juicy 

steak. This auburn-haired South 

Juniorite enjoys Mr. Prohovich's 

English class but isn't too happy 

in gym or third lunch. Lots of luck 

to "Kathy" as an interior decorator! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Student Coun- 
cil 3. 



KENNETH VON THADEN 

19 Jacqueline Road 
College I 

"Ken," who came to W.H.S. 
from Chicago, 111., can often be 
quoted as saying "Hi, ya, Bub!" 
to friends, Phil, Mike, and Rich. 
A lover of French, Ken tells us 
that his favorite food is filet mi- 
gnon. He enjoys playing pool and 
doing "Zeetz." He plans to attend 
college. 
Activities: Baseball 2; Basketball 2. 




SALLY WALSH 

42 Arcadia Avenue 
College I 

Lexington Street Junior High do- 
nated this blonde, blue-eyed senior, 
who can usually be seen having a 
good time at the football rallies 
with Pat, Carol, and Karen. As- 
semblies, lunch periods, and typing 
class also rate "tops" with Sally. 
Future plans *include college. Best 
of luck always! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Maroon Squad 4. 



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ALAN WAUGH 

48 Dexter Street 
College I 

"Cooz's" blue eyes light up at 
the thought of pizza or Mrs. Shir- 
ley's English class. Most of his 
spare time is spent playing basket- 
ball with Greek, Lenny, and Ritzo. 
He enjoys the excitement at W.H.S: 
but dislikes the tests. "Cooz" plans 
to attend either Bentley or Boston 
College next fall. 




DANIEL WEBSTER 
403 Main Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed "Dan" comes to 
W.H.S. from North Junior High. 
Ronnie and Steve tell us that his 
favorite subject is algebra and his 
favorite food is a submarine sand- 
wich. He looks forward to a ca- 
reer in aeronautics after graduation. 
Best of luck, "Dan" ! 



JANE WEATHERBEE 

247 Warren Street 
College II 

This blue-eyed student, coming 
to us via Lexington Junior High, 
likes her English class with Mr. 
Prohovich and dislikes the traffic 
rules at W.H.S. Jane, Patty, and 
Ann will tell you that "Janie" loves 
subs, swimming, and horseback rid- 
ing. Jane hopes to attend college; 
we wish her luck in the future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
2; French Club 2; Maroon Squad 4. 




ANNE WEINER 
100 Parmenter Road 
College II 

"How about some roast beef or 
ice cream?" says brown-haired 
Anne to friends, Phil, Jane, and 
Phyl. She enjoys the sports and 
the fire drills at W. H. S. but dis- 
likes the food. English is this for- 
mer South Juniorite's favorite sub- 
ject. Anne hopes to attend college 
in California after graduation. 

Activities; Maroon Squad 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Talent 
Show 4; French Club 2, 3. 



DONNA WEAVER 
215 River Street 
Stenographic 

"Charlie" yells "Big thrill," to 

friends, Barb, Judy, and Barbie. 

A career as a Naval Nurse is seen 

in this friendly blonde's future. 

Donna loves Bookkeeping with 

Mrs. Dorin but dislikes the crowded 

corridors and classes at W.H.S. 

Best of luck always, Donna. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 




WILLIAM WEBB 
14 Pond End Lane 
College II 

"All for one and one for all 
and every man for himself!" "Bill" 
( mumbles as he digs into a delicious 
, lobster dinner with Pat, Greg, and 
Bob. Bill enjoys skindiving and 
hunting, outside of school, and his 
[English class at W.H.S. Future 
plans include Boston State College 
and a career as an English teacher. 



LINDA WELCH 

67 Fiske Avenue 
College I 

If school were all history classes 
with Mrs. Huszti, homeroom per- 
iods or lunches with Paul, Cissy, 
and Andi, Linda would be in heav- 
en. Unfortunately, she has to put 
up with cafeteria pizza and gym. 
This brown-eyed senior, who came 
to W.H.S. from North Junior, 
plans to attend secretarial or mod- 
eling school after graduation. 

Activities: Student Council 4; F.T.A. 
3; Latin Club 2; Mirror Business Staff 
4; Pep Squad 3. 




JANET WENCIS 
44 Hamilton Road 
Honors 

Remember that tall blonde prac- 
ticing Electra in the cafeteria? It 
was theatrical Janet, who looks 
back fondly on Mrs. Keenan's Latin 
class and the rotating schedule, but 
can't stand the 7-period day and 
crowded corridors. Sue and Barbara 
tell us that blue-eyed Janet hopes 
to major in speech and drama at 
Catholic University. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; De- 
bating Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2. 3, 4. 



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JOAN WHALEN 
155 Prospect Hill Road 
Business 

"Joanie" comes to us via 
L.SJ.H. This brown-eyed blonde 
can be found eating fried clams 
with friends, Joanne, Betty, and 
Susan. Swimming and sleeping take 
up her spare time. Business school 
is in the future for this senior. Best 
of luck, Joan. 







MARCIA WHEELER 

I63V2 Chestnut Street 
Distributive Education 

Marcia's blue eyes light up when 
friends, Sandy, Marcia, and Pat, 
mention eating lunch, preferably 
Chinese food, or going to English 
class. Marcia enjoys sewing and 
reading in her spare time. She plans 
to go into retailing after gradua- 
tion. Best of luck ! 
Activities: Pep Squad 2; DECA 4. 



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JOHN WHALEN 
144 Lakeview Avenue 
Business 

"Whalo" enjoys going hunting 
and fishing with his friends, Ralph, 
Willie, and Larry. When asked 
what he likes about Waltham High, 
he replies, "The girls!" He dislikes 
the cafeteria lunches and the scar- 
city of school rallies. John plans 
to go to Bentley College of Ac- 
counting. 




SUSAN WHELAN 
1180 Main Street 
Business 

Active "Whelan" can be found 
bowling, swimming, horseback 
riding, or dancing when not eating 
clams and Chinese food with friends 
Karen, Trisha, and Dianne. Democ- 
racy class rates highly with this 
future secretary. Best of luck in 
the future, Susan. 

Activities: Clinic Staff 4; Class Day 
Usherette 3; Folk Song Club 3; Pep 
Squad 2. 



PAMELA WHALEN 
58 Tolman Street 
College II 

"Pam" especially enjoys lunch 

periods at W.H.S., but not the food. 

She prefers a snack of pizza and 

Hydrox with Nancy, Caroline, and 

Lynn. Skiing and horseback riding 

rank highly with this college-bound 

senior. She enjoys typing with Mr. 

Tyner best and says of her other 

classes, "What the heck!" 

Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; French Club 2, 3; 
F.T.A. 2, 3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 




JUDITH WHEELER 

17 Chester Lane 
Business 

Friendly, cheerful "Judy" is of- 
ten seen participating in a variety of 
sports with Martha, Pat, and Ida. 
She plans to attend I.B.M. School 
after graduation. We wish you the 
best of luck in everything you do, 
"Judy" ! 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Archery 
2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4. 





WILLIAM WHELAN 
31 Gregory Street 
Vocational 

Roger, Ray, and Reg agree that 
"Sonny" knows almost everything 
about a machine. Teachers and the 
2:30 dismissal bell make him smile. 
The future sees "Sonny" employed 
in the machine trade. Good luck, 
"Sonny," in anything you choose 
to do. 



WAYNE WHITFORD 
564A Lexington Street 
College II 

Craig, Richard, and Kenny all 
know Wayne's pet peeve is one-way 
stairways, but Mr. O'Brien's Ge- 
ometry class rates highly on his 
list, as do turkey and waterskiing. 
College is in the future for this 
senior. Good luck always, Wayne! 



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FREDERICK WILDER 

23 Caldwell Road 
College II 

Democracy and homeroom pe- 
riods rate highly with "Fred." Ac- 
tive in DeMolay, he can also be 
found devouring steak with his 
friends, Tom, Doug, and Jack. His 
future plans include a career in ac- 
counting. Good luck "Fred," and 
may success be yours. 
Activities: Basketball 2, 3. 




DONNA WILSON 

87 Lincoln Street 
College II 

The aroma of fried clams brings 
a sparkle into this senior's eyes. Her 
friends, Steve, Grace, and Eloise, 
tell us that mountain climbing is 
her favorite sport. This former St. 
Mary's student hopes to continue 
her education after graduation. 



WILLIAM WILEY, JR. 
34 Wildwood Lane 
Technical 

"Take a break," says "Wig" 
as he rushes off to a physics lab. 
Hey Mac, C.B. and Toy Crane tell 
us that "Bill" spends his time 
woodworking, skiing, or swimming, 
and that his blue eyes light up at 
the mention of lobster. An engineer- 
ing college is next in line for 
"Wig." 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; Talent Show 2, 4; Senior Play 4. 




MARTHA WILSON 
6 Woodlawn Avenue 
College II 

"Marty" confesses that her Al- 
gebra class with Mr. Fitzgerald will 
always remain in her fondest mem- 
ories of W.H.S. "Oh rats!" she 
wails to Nancy, Eloise, and Joyce 
when she sees the crowds rush to 
the cafeteria. A career in nursing 
lies ahead for "Marty." Best of 
luck. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Library Council 4, Treas- 
urer 4. 



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MAUREEN WILLIAMS 
66-D Hansen Road 
College II 

"You want to go to my locker?" 
is "Willy's" favorite expression. 
If she's not at her locker, she's 
bowling with Barb, Ida, and Mar- 
| tha. Trigonometry and Solid Ge- 
ometry with Mr. Foley, chemistry 
classes, and fire drills are among 
her favorites at W.H.S. Future 
plans include marriage. Good luck, 
"Moe" ! 




SCOTT WOODMAN 

53 Hawthorne Road 
College I 

"For Crazy!' is "Woodys" an- 
swer to what he thinks of fried 
clams and Mr. Lynch. Hailing from 
Lexington Street Junior High, 
"Woody" doesn't like homework, 
but his friends, John, Gordy, and 
Nick know he'll succeed in col- 
lege. 



CHALLIS WILSON 
6 Woodlawn Avenue 
College II 

Bill, Len, and Joe tell us that 
"Skip" is in favor of "advancing 
the cause of shrewsberries." A for- 
mer member of both Lexington 

l Street and North Junior Highs, he 
enjoys Math and periods in the 

! Audio Visual room at W.H.S. Bas- 
ketball, football, and DeMolay rate 
highly with "Skip". College is in 
his future. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Crimson 
Key 4; Audio Visual Staff 4, Secretary 4. 




BRUCE YEAMANS 
103 Temple Road 
College I 

"Norm" comes to us via Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High. This sen- 
ior can be seen walking to math 
class or eating steak with Scott, 
George, and John. He sets his green 
eyes toward college life at Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts. Best of luck 
in whatever you choose to do. 
Activities: Football 3, 4. 



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NANCY RUSSELL 
26 Park Street 
Stenographic 

Green-eyed "Nance" will always 
remember English at W.H.S. and 
the fun she had with Tony, Caro- 
line, Erlene, and Pam. This like- 
able senior loves the dismissal bell, 
but the cafeteria food bothers her. 
Nancy is thinking about secretarial 
duties in the future. 

Activities: Student Council Representative 
3; Red Cross Representative 3; Mirror 
Representative 4. 




MARY ANN ZAMMUTO 
304 River Street 
College II 

Move over, here comes "Zam- 
utes" in her car. Janice, Barb, and 
Karen will tell you that Mary Anne 
likes any and all Italian dishes, and 
her English class with Mrs. Shirley. 
Having a locker so far from her 
homeroom is just "unbelievable" to 
this South Junior graduate. Her 
future goal is teaching in an ele- 
mentary school. 

Activities: Student Council 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Maroon Squad 4. 



JUDITH YOUNG 
16 Brewster Road 
College II 

Blue-eyed "Judie" enjoys talking 
in study classes and the dismissal 
bell most at W.H.S. "Cut it out!" 
says "Judie" to Ellie, Feffi, and 
Kathy, as she runs to democracy. 
Anyone for spaghetti and meat- 
balls? After Newman Prep and col- 
lege she hopes to become a criminal 
lawyer. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior- 
Play 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; Pep Squad 2. 




JOSEPH ZIELINSKI 

189Vz Newton Street 
College I 

"Joe," who came to our school 
via South Junior High, likes Eng- 
lish and Russian classes best at 
W.H.S. Future plans include at- 
tending an art school after gradua- 
tion and eventually entering into 
a naval career. We all wish you the 
best of luck always. 
Activities: Russian Club 3, 4. 



JUDITH ZACCAGNINI 

51 Florence Road 
College I 

Petite "Judy" loves the friend- 
liness of the kids at W.H.S. most 
of all. Terry, Irene, and Brenda 
will tell you that her favorite- sub- 
ject is history. "Do you know what 
I mean?" explains "Judy" when she 
talks about the crowded conditions 
at W.H.S. "Judy" will make good 
use of her hobby, sewing, as a 
Home Economics teacher. 

Activities: Mirror Subscription Editor 4; 
Mirror Homeroom Representative 2; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4, Costume Director 4; 
Youth Council 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 




BARBARA ZILINSKAS 
41 Villa Street 
Honors 

The alumna of North Junior 
finds Advanced Biology the most 
interesting class in her curriculum. 
Jane, Marcia, and Laila confirm 
"Barb's" favorite hobbies to be 
sewing, reading, and traveling. 
"Barb's" blue eyes sparkle at the 
thought of fried clams and a, biology- 
major in college. 

v Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
j>>X Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 
URJ4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Student Council 3. 



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ROBERT ARSENAULT 
60 Turner Street 
Vocational 

Cheerful "Bob," a former North 
Juniorite, likes to draw and to go 
fishing with his friends, Tony, Joey, 
and Kim. This fellow hopes to join 
the Navy after graduation from 
Waltham High. Best of luck al- 
ways, "Bob," and happy sailing! 





JUDITH GRIFFIN 
15 Barbara Road 
Stenographic 

"Hey kids!" shouts "Judy" as 
she sees her friends, Pauline, Cathie, 
and Sally. This energetic senior 
really goes for talent shows and 
pancakes, but crowded lunches are 
definitely off her list. Future plans 
for "Judy" include a secretarial 
job after graduation. Best of luck 
always ! 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; Student 
Council 3. 



FRANK CHIASSON 

70 Church Street 
College I 

"Curry" comes to us via St. 
Mary's. Meeting friends at Tony's 
with Mac, Ralph, and Tom after 
2:30 makes the day worthwhile. 
This brown-eyed senior looks for- 
ward to a career as an aeronautical 
technician. 




ANTHONY GULLOTTI 
90 Chester Lane 
College II 

Democracy class rates highly with 
"Tony" . . . ravioli and meatballs 
make a perfect combination . . . 
enjoys English with Mr. Prohovich 
and hollering "Ya, you sure did!" 
to Bob, John, and Jim . . . looks 
forward to graduation and then a 
job with a business firm. Good 
luck! 



JANICE CORMIER 
17 Vernon Street 
College I 

"Jan" enjoys going to dances 
with her friends, Chickie, Janet, 
and Judy. Math classes and home- 
room periods with Miss Peck rate 
high on "Jan's" list of favorites. 
This former North Juniorite looks 
forward to college next fall and 
we know she'll be successful there. 



FREDERICK DOWCETT 
65 Grove Street 
Business 

Hailing from North Junior, 
"Dreek" likes to work on cars and 
: eat fried clams. "Ya, right!" is his 
cry while walking down the cor- 
ridors with Ron, Wayne, and Keene 
on his way to democracy class. He 
plans to attend Business School 
after W.H.S. 




JOHN LUCAS 
54 Myrtle Street 
College II 

If you ever meet an affable state 
police officer, it may be "Luke," 
a pizza lover. You probably re- 
member hearing him say, "Let's 
go to Boston," whenever the situa- 
tion arose. You can be sure he will 
never give tickets to friends, Buzzy, 
Buck, and Janet, or pass up an 
opportunity to talk with the girls. 






nancy Mclaughlin 

9 Gardner Street 
Business 

"Dimples" comes to us from St. 
Charles and enjoys Mrs. Bowman's 
English class most at W.H.S. "Isn't 
that cute?" she says to Barry, Mary, 
and Kathi. Lunch rates highly with 
"Dimples," whose hobbies include 
dancing and eating. After gradua- 
tion, she looks forward to a job in 
a business office. 
Activities: Pep Squad 3. 



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KENNETH BISHOP 
19 Dobbins Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed "Ken," accord- 
ing to his friends, spends 
his spare time performing 
physics experiments on his 
coin and stamp collections. 
Physics, by the way, is his 
favorite subject at Waltham 
High. Although he has no 
definite plans for the future, 
we're sure "Ken" will do well 
in whatever he tries. 



BARBARA CARNEY 

103 Milner Street 
College II 

"Dizzy" says, "Pardon me," 
to her friends, Pam, Tex, and 
Tony, as she indulges in her 
favorite food, tasty, eggplant 
sandwiches. This blonde- blue- 
eyed Miss loves playing foot- 
ball and attending her democ- 
racy classes. Best of luck at 
college, Barbara! 

Activities: Red Cross Representative 
3; Maroon Squad 4; Pep Squad 
2; Mirror Art Staff 3. 



RICHARD FEGAN 
59 Plympton Street 
Business 

"Mudd" likes the lunches 
at W.H.S. the best, especially 
if the menu features chicken. 
"Don't worry about it," says 
"Mudd" to Art, Dick, and Pete 
when they complain about the 
school in general. His future 
plans include entering the serv- 
ice. 



ROBERT KELLY 

84 Sartell Road 
College II 

Watch out! It's 2:30! Here 
comes "Kell the Crasher," fol- 
lowed by Bill, Tom, and Mike. 
This witty senior finds time 
to collect stamps, tropical fish, 
and sea food dinners when he 
isn't studying for his history 
or biology classes. He hopes 
to race down the corridors of 
college next fall. 
Activities: Ski Club 4. 



PAUL BOLLES 

44 Murray Street 
Business 

This blue-eyed senior can 
be found devouring any kind 
of food. Ricky tells us that 
Paul is mechanically inclined 
and enjoys bowling in his 
spare time. Paul hopes to enter 
the business world after grad- 
uation. We wish him the best 
of luck in the future. 



THOMAS CONNORS 
29 Hall Street 
Vocational 

If you hear "T. C." saying 
"just fabulous," you can bet 
he's talking about either stock 
car racing or girls. This future 
soldier also likes design class 
with friends, Jim, Harvey, and 
Jerry. Best of luck always, 
"T. C," and may your life be 
"just fabulous." 
Activities: Swim Team 3. 



JAMES FLAHERTY 
21 Hobbs Brook Road 
College II 

"Jim" finds lunch a wel- 
come break in the long school 
day, but he wishes that chicken 
would be served more often. 
His friends, James, Gilli, and 
Stephen, informed us that he 
hopes to attend a prep school 
next year. Good luck! 



PATRICIA LENTINI 
14 Russell Street 
Business 

"Oh, fish!" says "Pat" to 
her friends, Judy, Marie, and 
Carolyn, when she learns typ- 
ing is next period. "Pat," who 
comes to us from Hialeah 
High, Miami, likes to play 
tennis, swim, and dance, be- 
sides attending shorthand 
classes and munching on pizza. 
"Pat" plans to go to business 
college or to dancing school 
after graduation. 



ALAN BROOKS 
21 Sanderson Road 
College II 

Hailing from Lexington 
Street Junior High, "Al" 
loves weight lifting and wres- 
tling. "Oh, boy!" he shouts 
to Vin, Tim, or Hop on his 
way to his favorite subject, 
biology. He plans to enter col- 
lege after graduating from 
W.H.S. Good luck, Alan! 

Activities: Track Team 2, 3; Bi- 
ology Club 4. 



JOHN EDMUNDS 
67 Cushing Street 
Business 

John's friends, Norm, Ed, 
and Sal, will tell you that 
"Etts" likes the cheerfulness 
of all the teachers and students 
at Waltham High, but he dis- 
likes the Friday lunches. Fu- 
ture plans include enlisting in 
either the National Guard or 
the Army. Good luck, John! 



JOHN GALLIGAN 

15 Walton Street 
Vocational 

"Jackie," who comes from 
Lexington Street Junior High, 
would rather eat steak than 
the cafeteria food. He enjoys 
math and can often be seen 
with friends, Gerry, Bill, and 
Wayne. John plans to further 
his education in electronics af- 
ter W.H.S. 



STEPHEN MARRANO 
167 Marquerite Avenue 
Vocational 

"Moose" comes to W.H.S. 
from Medford. He loves shop, 
the dismissal bell, and food. 
He's happiest working on cars 
and unhappiest getting up to 
go to school. Joe, Tom, and 
Gary know he'll succeed as 
a mechanic. Good luck! 



STEVEN CARMEL 
11 Marie Avenue 
College I 

Hailing from North Junior, 
"Chewy" enjoys art and will 
always remember Mr. Lynch's 
Math classes. Most of his time 
is spent sailing or eating 
swordfish with Debby, Ted, or 
Dave. He hopes to attend the 
Rhode Island School of De- 
sign, and we know he'll do 
well. 
Activities: Chi Sigma Gamma 4 



JOHN FARINA 
171 Copeland Street 
College II 

A welcome gift from New- 
ton Junior High is John, a 
cheerful student whose fa- 
vorite pastime is sitting in 
study halls. His future plans 
include service in the U. S. 
Armed Forces. We wish you 
much success in the future, 
John! 



DAVID GLIDDEN 
56 Washington Avenue 
Technical 

Hunting and writing are 
"Dave's" favorite pastimes 
. . . loves Latin IV with Miss 
Tellerico as friends, Bob, Ron, 
and Jim will testify . . . lights 
up at the mention of steak 
. . . frowns at crowded cor- 
ridors . . . sees service or col- 
lege after graduation. 



JOHN McAULIFFE 
308 Crescent Street 
College I 

If you hear someone quot- 
ing Latin in the halls, it's 
probably "Mac," who comes 
to W.H.S. from Boston Latin. 
To all of you who think pe- 
riods are getting too short, 
cheer up! "Mac" thinks they're 
still too long! After gradua- 
tion, he plans to study account- 
ing at Northeastern University. 
We wish him the best of luck! 



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BRUCE McCORRY 
61 Stow Street 
Vocational 

Just mention the word 
"steak" and Bruce is sure to 
be there. Coming from North 
Junior High, this senior enjoys 
carpentry at W.H.S. He has 
his future plans all cut out in 
carpentry; he also plans to at- 
tend Wentworth. "Lots of 
luck," Bruce! 



HELEN MURPHY 
170 Chestnut Street 
College II 

"I could care," says 
"Murph" to her friends, Bev- 
erly, Evelyn, and Sally, as she 
complains about the lack of 
room in lunch. Coming to us 
from St. Charles, Helen likes 
ice skating, gym, Chinese food, 
and studies in the cafeteria. 
She plans to go to nursing 
school in the fall. 



GEORGIANA PUCHI 

61 Woodland Road 
Business 

"Georgie" comes to W.H.S. 
from Central High in Connec- 
ticut, easily adapted to life 
at W.H.S. She enjoys history 
classes and eating spaghetti 
with her friends, Linda and 
Margaret. Office work and 
loads of success lie ahead for 
"Georgie." Good luck! 



KATHERINE SARRO 
7-B Hansen Road 
College I 

Dancing and skating are 
among the favorite pastimes of 
"Kathy." "Cmon," she shouts 
to Laura, Linda, and Kathy 
when struggling through the 
crowded corridors of W.HS.. 
"Kathy' s" fondest memories 
will be the kids and their 
friendliness. We wish her the 
best of luck in the teaching 
profession. 



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PATRICK McDANIEL 
5 1 Florence Road 
College II 

"Mc D." can usually be 
found laughing with his 
friends, Roddy, Tom, and Paul. 
Coming from North Junior 
High, ,he ranks the gym pe- 
riods at W.H.S. highest in his 
book. We wish you the best 
of luck, "Pat," in everything 
you do. 



STEPHEN NEWELL 
98 Maple Street 
Lexington 
Vocational 

"Steve" is happiest at 
W.H.S. when he's at lunch or 
in gym class with his buddies, 
Tom, Dick, and Jack. When 
someone mentions pizza, you 
can be sure that he's around. 
Good luck in whatever you 
choose to do, "Steve." 



JOSEPH RANDO 

25 Rangeley Road 
Vocational 

"Where's Van Dutch?" 
questions "Joe" while eating 
home-made bread with friends, 
Kim, Tiny, and Bob. His 
brown eyes light up at the 
thought of shop class. This 
former South Juniorite is kept 
busy with the retail clerk's 
union, but he still finds time 
to enjoy his hobby, building 
cars. Good luck in the future ! 



JOHN SILVA 
15 Copley Avenue 
Vocational 

Just mention fried clams 
and "Jackie" is sure to be 
around. Gym and shop pe- 
riods rate high on his list of 
favorites at W.H.S. Outside 
of school he fixes cars, drives 
stock cars, or plays pool with 
Bob, Jim, and Bob. He plans 
to work in the field of auto 
body repair. Good luck, 
"Jackie." 



janice Mclaughlin 

58 Auburn Street 
Business 

As you see "Jan" rushing 
to her favorite class, Typing, 
with Miss Mooney, you can 
hear her give a friendly "hel- 
lo" to her friends, Erlene, Pat, 
and Jarce. This bubbling sen- 
ior enjoys rallies most at 
W.H.A. A secretarial career a- 
waits Janice after graduation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; Mirror 
Clerical Staff 4; Talent Show 2; 
Data Processing 4. 



JEANNITA PELLERIN 
9 Hall Street 
Business 

"Frenchy" comes to W.H.S. 
from Worcester, Mass. An 
avid art lover, she admires the 
choice of subjects and the 
teachers at W.H.S. When she 
isn't eating lobster, "Frenchy" 
is drawing or dancing. Stella, 
Sue, and Marcia know she'll 
succeed in art school. 



WALTER ROCHATKA 
20 Montview Avenue 
College II 

"Walt" hails from Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High 
School. "Cool it," he can be 
heard calling to Dick and Dave 
over an extralarge submarine. 
History ranks highest with this 
boy, who plans to attend Bent- 
ley College. Best of luck al- 
ways, Walter! 



ALBERT TOY 
62 Temple Road 
Vocational 

"Al's" favorites at W.H.S. 
are gym and shop. Outside of 
school, submarine sandwiches 
and cars rate first. He is often 
found with Swede, Gigs, and 
Mike. Future plans call for 
auto body work. Best of luck 
in the future, "Al." 



GARRY E. MONTGOMERY 

1324 Trapelo Road 
College II 

Blond-haired, blue-eyed 

Garry comes to us from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High. He 
enjoys weightlifting and going 
out at night with friends, 
Leathe, George, and the Greek. 
"Butch" likes English with 
Mr. Collins and the 2:30 bell 
best, but dislikes sessions at 
W.H.S. Garry plans to enter 
college after graduation. Well 
"Butch," "chug-a-mug!" 



MICHAEL PRATT 
249 Prospect Hill Lane 
Business 

When it comes to food, 
"Mike" eats anything and 
everything. Linda tells us that 
his favorite hobbies include 
cars, bowling, and basketball. 
This former Lexington Street 
Juniorite enjoys his typing 
class most. "Mike" hopes to 
embark on a business career 
after graduation. 



PETER SANTANGELO 
194 Barbara Road 
College II 

"Don't run over any Volks- 
wagens!" shouts "Pete" to his 
best friends, Dave and Gary. 
Sports cars and "having a 
good time" are favorite in- 
terests of this student, who 
came to us from Belmont 
Junior High. Travel and 
either college or the service 
are included in his future 
plans. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2. 



RICHARD YURKUS 
140 Circle Drive 
College II 

"Don't knock it!" yells 
"Yurk," referring to the cafe- 
teria studies. His friends, 
Bruce, Ed, and Sully, agree 
that he enjoys U.S. history 
class most and the crowded 
lunches least. Steak and golf 
rate highly with this tall, 
blond senior. Good luck, 
"Yurk." 



101 




Candids 



What do you mean I enlisted ! 




Please let the Talent Show come 
out all right. 




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Would either of you happen to have a lemon drop? 



A bloomin' fountain 



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Senior Play 




First Row: Mary Hansberry, Tom Mullaney, David Burke, Betty Scheinfeldt, Lucia Maloney, Wendy Slater, Eddy May, 
Debby Rose, Barbara Peterson, Irene Restieri, Miss Thornton, advisor. Second Row: Laila Salo, Karen Delfino, Brenda 
Smith, William Alper, Terry Olivo, Brian Madden, Dick Leard, Linda Shaw, Barbara Phillips, Harmon Dunbar. 



Ask Any Girl 



The Class of 1965's Senior Play, Ask Any Girl, gave the ever-popular problems of the small town girl 
in the big city an interesting twist: "Motivation Research." The audience well remembers the many 
laughs of the evening — especially in the witty rivalry of Ada and Vince. The play, presented to a full house 
on November 24, 1964, was directed by Eddy May. Special thanks is given to Miss Kathleen Thornton, 
our faculty advisor. 





Do you like spinach? 



My own brother! 



104 



Senior Prom 




Mardi Gras 

New Orleans could never have been more inviting than Mardi Gras, the Senior Prom of 1965. Sue Berrio 
and the entire prom committee worked magic in transforming the cafeteria into a veritable fairyland of color 
and costume. Our art committee presented us with what was whispered to be "the largest mural ever seen 
at WHS." Each girl received a charm and mask as mementos of the never-to-be-forgotten evening of May 
28, 1965. 





"the largest mural . . ." 



The Grand March 



105 



Class Day 




1 
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6 

5 



The Embassy 
Stage 



Felicitas Meta Ultima 

On the afternoon of June 7, 1965, the Class of 1965 assembled at the 
Embassy Theater for its last formal gathering before graduation. The 
highly polished and entertaining show was highlighted when the entire 
class gave a standing ovation to Mr. Belliveau when he received the ded- 
ication of the 1965 Mirror. 





President Bob Connors 



Mr. B 



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Chi Ibaif Committee 






Jane Barnes, Chairman 






Pauline Beaver, Assistant 






Patricia DiTommaso, Assistant 


Neil Cane 


Edna Gaudct 


Robert Reardon 


Gail Conti 


Marjory Green 


Betty Sangcleer 


Kathleen Conti 


Susan Hiucs 


David Walsh 


Claire Dionisio 


Richard Lcard 


Donna Wilson 


Mary Fougcre 


Lucia Moloney 
Beverly Oliver 

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Mary Zammiilo 






President 






















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Jeanne Bourgeois 






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Lynnc Lazaret 


Mnrjoric Lombardi 


Judy Dozois 


Carole 


Schaufus 



Class Day Queen 
Jean Bourgeois 

Attendants 

Judy Dozois 

Marjorie Lombardi 

Lynn Lazaro 

Carole Schaufus 




Soloist 




William Alper 




We bequeath to 



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SELECTION m Ban j 

FANFARE AND PROCESSIONAL Oar Band 

ADDRESS OF WELCOME Robert Connor. 

President oj Ike Class of 1965 

CLASS HISTORY Chairmen, Maureen McHugh 

Laila Salo 
Assisted By Betty Scheinfeldl 
Diane Faulkner Linda Shaw 
Diane Hargreaves Donna Totagrnndc 
John Maaelli Susan Vanderwyk 
Barbara Zilinska. 
PIANO SOLO Edward May 

CLASS PROPHECY Chairmen, Mary Hansbcrry 

Barbara Phillips 
Assisted By Deborah Ro?e 

Stephen Bright Ellen Fucci 
Bonnie Brown Judith Crillilb 
Elizabeth Dunkcrly Mary Lea Mabie 
Bonnie Realtor 
TRUMPET SOI/) William A. Alpe, 

CUSS Wll.l Chairmen, William A. Alper 

Edward May 
Aultted By Brendu Smith 

Patricia Cooke John i,„„ Vcx „ Mnrlocehio 

Marie Daly Kalbryn King Susan Spark. 

Janet Wencis 

AWARD OF CIFTS J.cuueline Bishop 

Jarre* llarrimnn 

DEDICATION OF THE 1965 MIRROR Brian U ,,w. n 

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""^SIONAI OurBand 




Ethan Km — 
A Dunce Cap 





Bill Judkins— 
Elevator Shoes 




Rosarie Vasile- 
A Pedestal 



Karen Delfino — 

A Bunch of Carrot Tops 107 




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Class 



In Seasons Past 



Beneath a canopy of fiery crimson, searing orange, and sapphire blue, the Class of 1965 viewed 
Waltham High School for the first time. Six hundred and sixty sophomores left the falling leaves 
and crisp air to unite as one class that would be unique in its achievements. The students entered 
feeling somewhat insecure as the high school's youngest and greenest members; yet each was ready 
to face the challenge of making the most of these three important years. 

Talents which had previously remained hidden began to shine as brightly as the autumn leaves. 
First prize in the Debating Society's annual elocution contest went to sophomore William Alper 
for his oration, "Corruption in American Government." Janice Landry and Betty Scheinfeldt won 
in their respective fields of humorous interpretation and poetry reading. 

Color spilled from the paint brushes of Sandra Mitchell and Peter Martocchio, who received 
gifts from the Waltham Rotary Club for their prize-winning designs for the Club's new banner. 
The Grover Cronin Department Store displayed the work of Marsha MacDonald in its Art Exhibit 
Preview. Design was also the key word for Ethel Cobb, Cathy Cardillo, and Marilyn Dronseiko, 
who were members of the W.H.S. team which competed in Seventeen'* "Taste-Setter" table- 
setting contest. 

Fred Ciaramaglia was honored by being chosen to participate in the Junior Science Symposium 
sponsored by M.I.T. In order to see and understand the problems of the South, twenty-five mem- 
bers of the First Congregationalist Youth Fellowship traveled to Bricks, North Carolina. 

Now, with the changing autumn of our sophomore year behind us and the promising spring of 
senior year still three hundred and sixty five days away, junior year's winter loomed in the 
immediate future. 

Indian summer lingered a while as the juniors of the cheering squad, Cindy Small, Judy Dozois, 
Student Council Treasurer, and Jane Tyman, Student Council Girls' Vice President, helped our 
basketball team fight its way to a tournament berth. As the air grew colder, two new programs at 
W.H.S. , Distributive Education and the Humanities Lecture Series, reminded us that even the 
winter has its brighter times. 

Many members of the Junior Class distinguished themselves during the year's activities. Maureen 
McHugh and Irene Restieri won the Kennedy Memorial Essay Contest. With host Bob Kennedy, 
William Alper participated in a WBZ radio debate entitled "Tomorrow's World." Susan Poison 
and Betty Scheinfeldt received first prizes in the annual Kingsbury Temperance Fund competition. 

The harshness of what had promised to be one of the season's worst storms, mid-year examinations, 
was alleviated by the emergence of a new system of administering these tests. Students now came 
to school only when they had an exam scheduled. 

In spite of the inclement weather, many juniors found time to work for "Operation Kindness" 
and received Civil Citations for their services. The season was made considerably happier when 
Deborah Butler and Joanne Fucci received scholarships at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts 
for a survey course. 

Five juniors, Barbara Furne, Peter Hardy, Frank Grueter, Donald Lesuer, and Wendy Slater, 
ignored the elements and participated in the Student Government Exchange Program. The winter's 
harshness was forgotten for a while as our Junior Prom, "Wish Upon A Star," brought us into 
a world of gaiety and sunshine. 

A sure sign of spring is baseball, and Coach Ray Yetten led our Waltham High team to the 
State Championship, defeating Somerville and four other teams in this area for the Eastern 
Massachusetts Championship and Chicopee, the Western Champion, for the Massachusetts title. 

An early thaw made possible the Jaycee Road-e-o in which Joseph Castellana and Lloyd Ruggles 
won first prizes. Our Musical Festival, unde/ the direction of Mr. Herbert Philpott, the choice of 
Irene Restieri as the W.H.S. delegate to Girls' State at Bridgewater State College, and , the an- 
nouncement of science study grants at Thayer Academy to George Swift and Brian Madden rounded 
out the long season. 




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History 



As the last of our junior winter melted away, senior spring emerged with its vibrant colors 
and fresh ideas and achievements. Returning from their excursions abroad sponsored by Volkswagen 
were Betty Scheinfeldt and Bill Alper, while their counterparts, Heike Allerman and Franz-Josef 
Schingale, went back to their homeland, Germany. Andy Crane came home from his stay in Hawaii, 
under the auspices of the American Red Cross. We welcomed our American Field Service exchange 
student, Petter Steen, from Oslo, Norway. 

This spring, certain young men's and women's fancies turned to sports. Urged on by Judy 
Dozois, Rosarie Vasile, and their cheerleaders, our football Captains Wally McGuire and Don 
Brophy, basketball Captain Bob Connors, and hockey Captain Bob MacCausland led their teams 
to victorious seasons. Other winning records were established through the leadership of Doug 
Morash on the indoor and outdoor track team, Drew Jackson on the cross country team, Rick 
Anderson and Don Lesuer on the swimming team, Jack Toohil on the rifle team, Bob Reardon on 
the golf team, Tom Gemelli and Ted Dangelmayer on the tennis team, and Bob MacCausland on 
the baseball team. Rick Anderson became state champion of the 100-yard backstroke, and Bill 
Judkins scored the highest number of baskets in the Suburban League and received the Good 
Sportsmanship Award of the Eastern Massachusetts Board of the International Association of 
Approved Officials. Barbara Corliss gracefully skated her way to fourth place in the American 
Rollerskating Championship. 

Spring inspired academic brilliance as Ethan Kra, a first-place winner in the Brandeis Science 
Fair, was named one of the country's outstanding students by the Westinghouse Science Talent Search 
and state champion in the Massachusetts State Mathematics Fair. Fred Ciaramaglia, also a first-place 
winner, in the Brandeis Science Fair, won numerous mathematical contests and was a sincere 
supporter outside of school of the disadvantaged. Among other seniors who achieved prominence 
were the new National Honor Society officers, President Andy Crane, Vice-President Eddy May, 
Secretary Irene Restieri, and Treasurer Paul St. Amand. Barbara Phillips won the Betty Crocker 
Homemaker of Tomorrow Award, while Barbara Vigue and Alberto Velella, outstanding Business 
Department Students, participated in the John Hancock Honor Day Program. Bill Alper, Fred 
Ciaramaglia, Ethan Kra, and George Swift became National Merit Scholarship finalists. 

Stimulated by spring's freshness, three of our class officers, President Bob Connors, Secretary 
Sharon Haskell, and Treasurer Rosarie Vasile, brought fame to our high school and city by assisting 
in the preparation of a teenage Youth Code. 

In spite of the prevalence of spring fever, co-editors Mary Hansberry, Debby Rose, and Laila Salo 
made our Thursday nights a little brighter with the "This Week at Waltham High" column, while 
Terry Olivo and Brian Madden worked diligently on the 1965 Mirror. Under the direction of 
Eddy May, Student Council President, the Senior Play, "Ask Any Girl," and the Talent Show, 
"Manhattan Magic," were both successful productions. "Mardi Gras!", our Senior Prom, was the 
high point of the season's festivities, to be followed by the sad parting at Graduation. 

From these, our seasons past, we now look forward to our future. It lies before us, clearly 
seen as on a summer's day, ready to be molded into a life's work. All we must do is reach for it. 




The Committee 



Co-chairmen: Maureen McHugh 
Laila Salo 
Betty Scheinfeldt 



Assisted by: 



Dianne Faulkner 
Diane Hargreaves 
John Maselli 
Linda Shaw 
Donna Totogrande 
Susan Vander Wyk 
Barbara Zilinskas 









Class 



That Was the Week That Was 



JUNE 7, 1975 

Good afternoon, you have just tuned in to Channel WHS. Bouncy Ames, Merry England, 
and myself, Jacky Frost, welcome you to "That Was the Week That Was", June 7, 1975. Now 
to get on to our news program, here are this week's headlines from the local area: 

The notorious bomb scare mystery that has plagued Waltham High School for 10 years was 
finally solved last Friday by the internationally known spy, Diane Hargreaves. The culprit was 
none other than Brian Madden, the co-editor of the High School's yearbook, The Minor, at the 
time the mystery occurred. 

Another headline from Waltham High is the addition of three names to the faculty. Barbara 
Thomas, Superintendent of Schools, announced this week that Dr. Thomas Mullaney has accepted 
the position of school psychiatrist. She also disclosed that two of the Patriots' most successful 
players, Bob Connors and Rick Anderson, will return to Waltham in the Fall to coach 
the High School's football team. 

Edward May's newest bestseller has just been banned in Waltham. Its title (for all interested 
students) is Memoirs of a Submaster's Son. 

Albert Toy and Robert Calf have opened their "Car of the Future" plant on Route 128, 
which has just been renamed the Madden Freeway, in honor of the Safety Commissioner of 
Massachusetts, William Madden. 

At a heated meeting of the Waltham City Council last night, two issues were strongly 
debated. The first discussion, which concerned the parking problem at the High School, reached 
an impasse. Construction specialists of the Student Service Committee, John Hammond, Carmen 
Juliano, and Robert LeBlanc, suggested the situation be alleviated by blocking off the roof of 
Waltham High School, thereby creating additional space. Mayor John "Tui" Toohill remained 
obstinate; he said there should be no parking allowed. School Committee members Judy Schiff- 
bauer, Steve Picone, and Mary Dacey said yes, students should have parking privileges. No 
agreement was reached. 

City Council members, Paul Cfapo, Edward Donle, Marie Hines, Charlene Pierce, Bruce 
Yeamans, and Richard Yurkus, quickly decided upon the other issue; a new wing, the twenty- 
third, will be added to the present School Street, Main Street, Moody Street site. It will be 
constructed by contractors Joseph Rando and Aldo Agostino. 

Other local news in brief: 

Arthur Custoldi was named President of Waltham Electronics, Inc., a new development on 
the Madden Freeway. 

Janice Giampietro, fashion buyer for Fougere-Fiorello-Forbes (formerly Grover Cronin's but 
since bought out by Mary, Eleanor, and Karen, respectively) will fly to Moscow to purchase 
a new selection of crimson sportswear. She will be accompanied by FFF's official body- 
guards Richard Pagliazzo and Daniel Bradley. 

That's all for the local news: now let's move on to the State Scene. 

The big item in the news on the state level is the recent gubernatorial election. Don Brophy, 
whose whirlwind campaign was run by Carole Schaufus and Sharon Halloran, battled incumbent 
John Bonica, who was managed by Sharon Haskell and Ro Vasile. The candidates, however, 
paid more attention to their campaign managers than to their respective campaigns. And, as a 
result, the "dark horse" candidate, Marianne Manzon, is governor today. 

Charles McCullough, President of the U.S. Banking System, donated one billion dollars 
to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As of next year, there will be no more state taxes. 

The President of the University of Massachusetts, Ethan Kra, officially announced the university's 
future expansion plans. He is planning to purchase the western half of the state for the 
campus. 

Bill Butman, head of the Massachusetts Health Department, and his staff of research 
bacteriologists, Pat Quinlan, Janice Murray, Leith MacArthur, Judy Goode, and Dorothy EKvell, 



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have discovered a cure for the FTA disease infecting the state's teachers — most seriously Pat 
Foley, Kathy Herlihy, and the noted Bonnie team, Reasor and Brown, that is. 

The Prudential Center has been the scene of many strange events, but this week's occurrences 
top its ten year history. A student demonstrator, Marsha MacDonald, and followers Jean Abramo 
and Bev Oliver staged a "We Hate Society" sit-in protest on the top floor. Meanwhile another 
group headed by Steve Bright, Ellen Fucci and Gerald Gorman held an antiprotest picket 
with "Society is the Greatest" signs. The two antagonistic groups remained for two days, 
shouting and singing their theme songs: that of Miss MacDonald's trio was "We Want Free- 
dom" sung to the tune of "We Shall Overcome", and the opposing faction's chant was "We 
Love Society, Yea, Yea, Yea" harmonized to the tune of an old song first orginated by a once- 
popular English vocal band called the Beatles. Needless to say, confusion reigned. 

Let's leave Massachusetts now and go on to our National Headlines: 

At the press conference yesterday the President of the United States, Walter McGuire, an- 
nounced that he has appointed Al "Robin Hood" Brooks as head of the new War on Affluence 
Program designed to accept from the rich and donate to the poor. Brook's committee, consisting 
of Greg Kann, Don Uhlin, and Joseph Nixon, has planned a dinner for the country's millionaires 
at the White House. It is said that the most invitees will arrive via taxi, as the dinner is free, 
but the donation at the door is a '75 automobile. 

When questioned by newsmen as to the status of the war in Vietnam, President McGuire re- 
marked that, as former administrators as far back as '65 have stated, we have a definite com- 
mitment there. Mary Hansberry, ace columnist for the New York Times, dryly replied that 
many have been committed because of this very commitment, but there were few laughs for 
such an old joke. 

Asked to comment on philosopher Debby Rose and her new city built on a large glass- 
enclosed float which drifts through the earth's oceans, the President acknowledged that he had 
granted approval of the project. The city is simply called Ayn, and the people who live there 
are striving to achieve a perfect society. The city stops at Boston next week. New members are 
always welcome. 

The President also announced that he had signed a mutual non-communication treaty with 
Drew Jackson, ambassador from Deary Island, the isolated retreat of the renowned artist 
Franny, who withdrew there to seek solitude for her work. 

WMG (Walt McGuire) mentioned rather gleefully that the DAR (Daring, Adventurous 
Rascals) elected a new president this week. She is Judy Dozois, who won on a platform 
guaranteeing surfboards and skateboards for all. 

News reporter Gerald Gorman referred somewhat sarcastically to this week's rocket launching. 
Under the scientist team of Mary Lea Mabie, David Hoffses, and Judy Griffin, the initial 
take-off seemed incredibly successful . . . until it was discovered that the chief researcher, 
Robert Reardon, was inadvertently locked inside. The President refused to comment. 

The President was also reticent to speak about the Crimson Corps, a radical left-wing move- 
ment headed by Bobby Connors. Its purpose is to maintain students in high school all their 
lives. This program would naturally be government-sponsored. Mr. Connors's reason for such 
an organization is: "Well, the best part of your life is spent in high school, so why not 
extend this fun time to include your whole life?" 

At this point the conference was broken up by the First Lady, the former Barbara Phillips, 
who beckoned to the President from the window. The Chief Executive wished the reporters 
good-bye and invited them to a skateboard match on the White House lawn after dinner. But 
this news will have to be continued next week, when today will be part of "that was the week 
that was." 

Jacky Frost (Debby Rose) 
Bouncy Ames (Barbara Phillips) 
Merry England (Mary Hansberry) 




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Class Will 



We, the Class of 1965, emerging from crowded conditions, with crammed heads and cramped bodies, do hereby 
leave, and bequeath to the administrators, faculty, and students of Waltham High School the following gifts: 

To our honorable principal, Mr. Gallagher, a palatial suite of offices complete with furniture worthy of 
recognition in "Better Homes and Offices." 

Mr. Van Arsdale, we provide the students and faculty of our Vocational School with a well-lighted, weather- 
proof tunnel for their daily treks to the cafeteria and gym. 

We leave to Mr. May, five minutes daily for bomb scares and an unlisted WHS phone number. 

Our talented Mr. T. Fitz is heir to an eraser — extra large — to erase the figures in his little black book. 

Along with an Oscar for Best Director for Ask Any Girl, we leave Miss Thornton four extra sets of car keys. 
May she never be locked out again. 

A "fairly unique" offering is our libation to the ever- powerful spirit of mathematical calculation, Miss Mary 
Lou Hogan: One Brian Madden; also, a permanent seat oyer the Waltham High basket and a little green hat for future 
parades. 

We enroll the eminent Dr. Stetina as a lifelong member of the Waltham Teachers' Association. 

We leave Mr. Tyner stranded between the ratchet release and the space bar. 

The Class of 1965 bequeaths to Mr. Eames that biology field trip we never took. 

After watching an amazingly successful three nights' run in "The U.S. and Us", we had no trouble in securing for 
Miss Paquette the title role in Warner Brothers' new movie, "Hello Dolly!" 

We pass to coach Kopp a real live hawk, a can of Campbell's Creamed Tiger Soup, and many more winning 
seasons. 

To Mr. Avery we leave a piece of chalk that is guaranteed to fall 32 feet per second per second, to make his 
physics experiments come out right. 

For Mr. Richman, we have reserved a secret guarded parking space under the cafe and a more dynamic student 
council. 

We fortify Mr. Hendry with a set of iron nerves for teaching students in our driver road classes. 

We provide for Miss Hogarty a dozen dictation records that will appeal to girls and deal primarily with young men. 

To help her get the atmosphere for future teachers' shows, we have chartered for Miss Tabor her own showboat and 
a year's supply of lemon drops, her latest sustenance. 

For Silas Pippin, we are having a gargantuan piggy bank specially cast to hoard his pilfered milk money. 

Mr. Krol, we honor you and Buddy with an engraved invitation to participate in the First Annual National Father 
and Son Golf Tournament. 

We leave Miss Needham holding one extra large baggy filled with the following items: seventeen more copies of 
"Clash of Issues," an antidote to the "Green Notebook Disease", and an autographed picture of Walter Lippmann. 

Our bequest to Miss Nolan is three transcripts, two envelopes, and one stamp. 

The Emmy Award for the Best Classroom Performance goes to Mr. Hood for his portrayal of the three witches 
and the drunken porter in Macbeth. 

For Miss Mooney, we have installed a miniature Big Ben to help her in timing dictation. 

In spite of conflict of interest, we leave Miss Childs and her confederates ten shares of preferred stock in Wrigley's 
Chewing Gum Company. 

A permanent secretary to lighten the dirty paper work no teacher should have to do is our gift to Mr. Richa'rd 
Collins. 

For her greater comfort, we leave Miss Betts a furry fire-place for her office. 

Mrs. Peckham, the former Miss Telerico, we leave you a secret hide-away under Lake Avernus. 

We bequeath to Mrs. Lamb a larger classroom and a compass for drawing circles, if by any chance her arm should 
go lame. 

For colorful Mr. Klein, we have scheduled a classfull of students taking art because they really love it. 

A book entitled "Learning How to Score Volleyball Correctly" is our offering to Mr. Woronicz, along with an 
extra pair of gym shorts. 

Our esteemed co-librarian, Mrs. Wiley, will be the proud possessor of another "Wig", named Carole. 

For Miss Balch, we are ordering a diamond-studded door-plate with her new name. 

For the benefit of future teams, we present Mr. Prphovich with a perpetual Bill Judkins and a picture of Steve 
Gregg for his dart board. 

We have pooled our green stamps, Miss McCullough, and have procured for your department a massive mimeo- 
graph machine. 

Our contribution to Mrs. Hughes is an ever-full candy dish for her front desk. 

To help Mrs. DeWolfe, we appoint a clerical supervisor to oversee the senior teachers' paper work. 

Juniors and Sophomores, there is still hope — for a new school ! 

Finally, to Mr. B., our beloved housemaster, we leave another brilliant class who, we hope, will appreciate him as 
much as we do. 

In witness thereto, we do place our hand and seal, and appoint as executors: Mrs. Shirley, Mr. Yetten, and Mr. 
O'Brien. 

Given in Waltham on the seventh day of June, in the year one thousand, nine hundred, and sixty-five. 

Chairmen: Brenda Smith 

William Alper 
Edward May 

Ably assisted by: Patricia Cooke Marie Daly 

Susan Sparks Kathy King 

Janet Wencis John Ferro 

Peter Martocchio 



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Class Poem 

Bridges to Destiny 



Those daring forged 

A new path 

Through wild and wonderful 

Verdant foliage; 

Through deep and dank 

Textured forests; 

Through sand-filled and savage 

Desert expanse. 

Those adventurous did build 

A bridge of oak and faith 

Among brothers striving 

For that cause of freedom, 

For the genesis of America. 

Those ingenious covered 

This bridge that spanned 

Cities of Revere and the lanterns; 

Cities of Jefferson and the Declaration; 

Cities of Hancock and the Constitution; 

Cities of power, growing and grasping 

New industries of asphalt 

Billowing puffs of the black smoke of 

Energy. Those ingenious 

Poured this liquid cover of 

Protection over the bridge. 

This bridge paved with power 

Endured. 

Those discovering will erect 

A bridge of tomorrow: 

Fibers of invention riveted 

To filaments of improvement, 

A chain of silver wired webs 

Connecting the present to the 

Future. 

This bridge will connect the races 

Of mankind with a new bond 

Of understanding: this bridge will 

Cement the peoples of the world 

Into one glorious harmony of 

Tomorrow. 

We are those who 

Stand now on a bridge 

Of the mind and soul. 

Let us be the steel cables 

Crossing stretches of time, 

Miracles of art and learning. 

Let us be the dauntless concrete 

Bridging streams of prejudice, rivers of 

Hatred, oceans of war. 

Let us be tentacles joining the 

Blood of patriots to our quest 

For freedom, for America, for tomorrow. 

by 
Barbara L. Furne 



Most Respected 




Senior 



Most Likely 



Rosarie Vasile 



Robert Connors 




Did Most For Class 



Deborah Rose 




Judy Dozois 



Brian Madden 



Vocational 

Most Athletic 




Arthur Milliken 



Personality Plus 




Karen Delfino 



Kenneth Clasby 



Most Likely To Succeed 




Thomas MacFarland 



Superlatives 



Most Athletic 



To Succeed 





Judy Wheeler 



William Judkins 



Ethan Kra 



Most Talented 






Lynda Osborn 



Edward May III 



Charles Duffer 



Did Most For Class 



Raymond Bamford 



Best Looking 




Jean Bourgeois 



Richard Anderson 




Graduation 



MR. GALLAGHER 




CLASS POET 





SCHOOL COMMITTEE KEY WINNERS 



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Graduation Speeches 





"To those of us who are graduating, this is undoubtedly the most significant 
event of our lives; an event which represents the culmination of our secondary 
education and the beginning of a new phase of life. Many paths will be 
pursued by this graduating class: business, colleges, the trades and the armed 
forces. Each one of these fields is an important part of American life, and 
I'm confident that each path chosen will be taken with courage and a desire 
to excel." 

— Robert Connors 



" 'I look forward to a great future for America.' This quotation, by Presi- 
dent John F. Kennedy, is especially significant to those of us who are 
graduating tonight, for does not the future of America lie in its youth? And 
doesn't the future of this youth lie in education? 

The growth and development of education is necessary for the growth and 
development of America." 

— Fred Ciaramaglia 



". . . then; just as we stoke the furnace of body in order to maintain 
the soul and mind, we must also stroke the maw of organization to maintain 
the American soul, that originality of thought and thought-product which makes 
us unique in a time-spanning world. Industry and statecraft are the means, not 
the end, and this is what we, the graduates of Waltham High School, future citi- 
zens of Massachusetts, America, the Western Hemisphere, and, potentially, the 
world, must never lose sight of." 

— Susan Poison 





"America gave to its settlers, and to its builders, a new outlook on life 
and the worthiness and the dignity of man. It is expressed in the Bill of Rights 
and in the many laws passed by the Congress, such as the Federal Civil 
Rights Laws and the antidiscrimination laws adopted by many states. 

These concepts have also been broadened through interpretation by the 
Supreme Court of our United States, that has repeatedly, through its decisions, 
strengthened the rights of the individual in his contest with the state." 

— Ethan Kra 



"Personal distinction is attainable by man once he becomes a man. Distinction 
is not greatness, although a great man could achieve it. Distinction is not 
fame, although it might bring renown. Distinction falls just short of perfection 
but within the goals of everyone. Distinction is working at one's ability but 
always striving to be above one's ability. Distinction can be found on the path 
leading towards contentment." 

— George Swift 



Schools and Colleges 



Paul Agrillo University of Massachusetts 

Richard Ala Bryant and Stratton 

Wayne Alden Bentley College 

Charles Allia Bryant and Stratton 

♦William Alper Yale University 

Lawrence Altrich Bryant and Stratton 

*Richard Anderson Northeastern University 

*William Aucoin Suffolk University 

Maureen Auld Aquinas Secretarial 

Maria Baia Chandler School for Women 

*Jane Barnes Maiden Hospital School of Nursing 

John Baronian Franklin Pierce College 

Pauline Beaver _. Framingham State College 

Charles Belyea University of Massachusetts 

Richard Bentley Newman Preparatory School 

*Anthony Bergantino Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

James Berkman _ Boston State College 

Susan Berrio Modern School of Fashion and Design 

Alfred Birchler University of Massachusetts — Stockbridge 

Kenneth Bishop Wentworth Institute 

William Blanchet University of Massachusetts 

John Bonica Boston College 

Randi Bonica Wentworth Institute 

George Borden Suffolk University 

*James Bowse „ Merrimack College 

♦Catherine Bradbury University of Massachusetts 

Mary Ellen Bradley Aquinas Secretarial 

Judith Brady Aquinas Secretarial 

Judith Brehm Chandler School For Women 

Alan Brooks Boston University 

Doris Brooks Boston University 

Donald Brophy Columbia University 

Bonnie Brown Framingham State College 

Gloria Bry Chandler School for Women 

David Burke — Northeastern University 

Deborah Butler Massachusetts College of Art 

William Butman Lake Forest College 

Thomas Campbell Northeastern University 

Sarina Cannistraro Framingham State College 

Catherine Cardillo Bay State School of Business 

George Carmel Goddard College 

Jill Carson Addison Gilbert School of Practical Nursing 

Joseph A. Castellana Boston College 

*Maureen Cathcart Massachusetts General Hospital 

School of Nursing 

*Mary Chaisson Beverly Hospital School of Nursing 

*Donna Chakalis Emmanuel College 

Craig Champion Jr. University of Massachusetts 

Richard Chartrand East Coast Aero Tech 

Edwin Chernosky Newton Junior College 

♦Fred Ciaramaglia Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Donald Clarke Upsala College 

Kenneth Clasby Stonehill College 

Ethel Cobb Bryant and Stratton 

Charlene Cocchiara Boston University 

*Bonita Cohn University of Massachusetts 

Donna Conchiglia Bryant and Stratton 

*Robert Connors College Of The Holy Cross 

Gail Conti Boston State College 

Patricia Cooke North Adams State College 

*James Cooney University of Massachusetts — -Stockbridge 

Barbara Corliss University of Massachusetts 

Janice Cormier Framingham State College 

Robert Cox Boston College 

♦Andrew Crane Kenyon College 

Paul Crapo Boston University 

Judith Cusack St. Elizabeth Hospital X-Ray Technician 

Mary Dacey Aquinas Secretarial 

John Dally Newman Preparatory School 

Marie Daly Northeastern University 

George Dangelmayer University of Maine 

Joyce Davis Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Frances Deary Massachusetts College Of Art 

* Local Scholarship Award 



Karen Delfino Boston State College 

Anthony Delosa University Of Massachusetts 

Ronald Demello U. S. Coast Guard Academy 

Joseph DeSisto University Of Massachusetts 

Gerald DiCecca Northeastern University 

Jean DiGregorio Bryant And Stratton 

Patricia DiTommaso /ramingham State College 

*Edward Donle University Of New Hampshire 

Jacqueline Doyle Robie Secretarial School 

*Judith Dozois Westfield State College 

Richard Drechsler Bentley College 

Marilyn Dronseiko Madison College 

Harmon Dunbar Northeastern University 

♦Elizabeth Dunkerley Merrimack College 

Walter A. Eaton Lowell Technological Institute 

♦Norman Elliott University Of Massachusetts 

♦Lawrence Enos Huntington Preparatory School 

Douglas Erickson Bryant And Stratton 

Joseph Facenda Bentley College 

Bernadette Falzone Tewsbury Hospital School Of Practical 

Nursing 

♦Salvatore Falzone Boston State College 

Diane Faulkner American International College 

Robert Fine Emerson College 

Robert Fitzgerald Newman Preparatory School 

Paula Fitzpatrick ..._ Newman Preparatory School 

Sheila Fitzpatrick Boston College 

Susan Flanders Aquinas Secretarial 

♦Patricia Foley University of Miami 

Patricia Foskin *. Mansfield Beauty Academy 

Lawrence Fraize Bryant And Stratton 

James Francis Waltham High School 

P. G. Program 

♦Ellen Fucci .... Pondville Hospital School of Practical Nursing 
Joanne Fucci Vesper George School of Art 

♦Barbara Fume Wellesley College 

Renae Gallagher Franklin Institute 

Edward Gandolfo ... Boston College 

Robert Gangi Northeastern University 

Janice Garland Robie Secretarial School 

Edward Gaudette Bentley College 

Janice Giampetro Merrimack College 

Marilyn Gilligan Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Patricia Girolamo University of Massachusetts 

Phyllis Giumgno Aquinas Secretarial 

Judith Goode Fisher Junior College 

Marjory Green Framingham State College 

Susan Green Faulkner Hospital School of Nursing 

William Gregoricus Newman Preparatory School 

♦Judith Griffin Waltham High School P.G. Program 

Donna Gross .... Newton Junior College 

Frank Grueter Boston College 

Ronald Gudbrandsen University of Bridgeport 

Sharon Halloran University of Massachusetts 

♦Mary Hansberry Emmanuel College 

Peter Hardy' Bowdoin College 

♦Diane Hargreaves University of Massachusetts 

♦James Harriman Tufts University 

Wayne Henry Buena Vista College 

Gregory Hentzi Boston State College 

♦William Herrick Tufts University 

William Hill Boston College 

Susan Hines Boston State College 

David Hoffses ., Bentley College 

Donald Holl University of Massachusetts 

Warren Illsley Franklin Institute 

♦Drew Jackson Bowdoin College 

♦Judith Judkins Lowell General Hospital School of Nursing 

Robert Kampe Northeastern University 

♦Gregory Kann Lowell Technological Institute 

♦Mary Ellen Keohane Maiden Hospital School of Nursing 

Lawrence Kessler Curry College 

Sandra Keyes Framingham State College 



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William Kilgore Boston University 

Josephine Klarmann Newton College of The Sacred Heart 

♦Ethan Kra Yale University 

John Krol Bowdoin College 

Ruth Lamport Northeastern University 

Lynne Lazaro Academy Moderne 

James Leach Newman Preparatory School 

Robert LeBlanc St. Thomas More Preparatory School 

Roderick Lefort Northeastern University 

Brian Leonard — Burdett College 

Donovan Lester Vesper George School of Art 

Donald Lesuer Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Patricia Lewis University of Massachusetts 

Dona Lyons Fisher Junior College 

♦Ellen Lyons Massachusetts Bay Community College 

*Mary Lea Mabie University of Massachusetts 

Robert MacCausland Norwich University 

Richard Macfarlane Northeastern University 

*Brian Madden Tufts University 

William Madden Jr Northeastern University 

John Magazu University of Massachusetts 

David Mahoney Boston State College 

John Mahoney Jr Cambridge School of Business 

Lucia Maloney Plus School of Business 

Sharon Maloof Aquinas Secretarial 

*Marianne Manzon Emmanuel College 

Leo Martin Ghauncey Hall Preparatory School 

Peter A. Martocchio Bates College 

*Edward May College of The- Holy Cross 

Edward McCarthy Northeastern University 

♦Patricia McConnel Fisher Junior College 

James McDonnell Northeastern University 

Walter McGuire Columbia University 

*Maureen McHugh Brandeis University 

Michael McHugh Bryant and Stratton 

William Mclvor Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Marcia McNamara Newton- Wellesley Hospital School of 

Nursing 

Ruth McPhee — — - Bay State School of Business 

Reed Miller Jr ~ University of New Hampshire 

Sandra Mitchell Automation Training School 

*Douglas Morash Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

Peter Mostowitz University of Massachusetts 

Fred Mulholland New England College 

Helen Murphy .... Burbank Hospital School of Practical Nursing 

Robert Murphy - - Wentworth Institute 

Ann Naughton - University of Massachusetts 

Elaine Nedza Plus School of Business 

Lawrence Nicolai - Boston University 

Joseph Nixon - Bentley College 

Patricia Noble - - - - Boston University 

Joyce O'Donnell Fisher Junior College 

June O'Leary Boston College 

*Teresa Olivo - - Emmanuel College 

William O'Mara ..- - Northeastern University 

Kathleen O'Reilly - - - Aquinas Secretarial 

Henry Palumbo - - Bryant and Stratton 

Holly Pedersen Beth Israel School for Dental Assistants 

*Barbara Peterson - University of Massachusetts 

*Barbara Phillips ~- University of Massachusetts 

Donna Peirce Wyndham Secretarial School 

Franklin Pilicy ..-. ----- Boston State College 

Peter Place Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Suzanne Poirier Boston State College 

Joseph Polimer - - Boston State College 

*Susan Poison Douglass College of Rutgers University 

David Prior Lowell Technological Institute 

Gwen Pugsley Endicott Junior College 

Priscilla Queen — - University of Massachusetts 

*Patricia Quinlan Newton-Wellesley Hospital School of N. 

♦Catherine Quinn ~~~ Bridgewater State College 

Maureen Ravalli Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Rodney Ravesi — Newman Preparatory School 

Robert Reardon - Prep School 

♦Timothy Reed ..'. - Bates College 

Richard Renna Massachusetts Bay Community College 

*Local Scholarship Award 



♦Irene Restieri Smith College 

Gregory Richardson Wentworth Institute 

Roy Rivers Bryant and Stratton 

Robert Rizzo Massachusetts College of Pharmacy 

Deborah Robinson Bentley College 

Carol Rodes Northeastern University 

♦Deborah Rose Colby College 

Arlene Rubin Burdett College 

Robert Ryan Newman Preparatory School 

Laila Salo Simmons College 

Betty Sangeleer Chandler School for Women 

Stephen Sarmanian Boston University 

♦Katherine Sarro University of Massachusetts 

Frank Sawin Wentworth Institute 

Andrea Scamman Chandler School for Women 

Carole Schaufus Aquinas Secretarial 

'•Betty Scheinfeldt University of Massachusetts 

George Schiff University of Illinois 

Linda Schooner Chandler School for Women 

Vera Semenza University of Miami 

♦Linda Shaw N.E. Deaconess Hospital School for Nursing 

Mark Sherman Bridgeton Academy 

Carol Silvio Fisher Junior College 

Wendy Slater Colby College 

Cynthia Small Salem State College 

♦Caren Smelledge N.E. Baptist Hospital School for Nursing 

♦Brenda Smith University of Massachusetts 

Gordon Smith Northeastern University 

Susan Sparks Drew University 

David Spicer University of New Hampshire 

♦Paul St. Amand Tufts University 

♦Petter Steen Ullern Hoyere Skole, Norway 

Richard Stevens Huntington Preparatory School 

Donna Stitt Chandler School for Women 

Dexter Stone Northeastern University 

Peter Straggas Franklin Institute 

♦Thomas Streck Boston University 

Douglas Sullivan University of Houston 

Sharon Sullivan Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Eloise Swan Boston University 

♦George Swift Jr. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Barbara Thomas Massachusetts Bay Community College 

John Toohil Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Donna Totagrande Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Gary Travis Berklee School of Music 

Jane Tyman Waltham Hospital X-Ray Technician Program 

Donald Uhlin Northeastern University 

Roland Vanaria Boston State College 

Susan VanderWyk Bridgewater State College 

♦Alberto Velella Bentley College 

Gerard Vitti ... „ Lowell State College 

Martha Waickwicz Eastern Baptist College 

♦David Walsh Lowell Technological Institute 

Shirley Walsh Aquinas Secretarial 

Alan Waugh Newman Preparatory School 

Jane Weatherbee Boston State College 

♦Donna Weaver Pondville Hospital School of 

Practical Nursing 

William Webb Boston University 

Daniel Webster Newton Junior College 

Linda Welch Chandler School for Women 

♦Janet Wencis Catholic University 

John Whalen Bentley College 

Pamela Whalen Aquinas Secretarial 

Wayne Whitford Boston University 

♦Fred Wilder Cambridge School of Business 

William Wiley New England College 

♦Challis Wilson Wentworth Institute 

Martha Wilson North Shore Babies' Hospital 

Scott Woodman University of Massachusetts 

Bruce Yeamans Wentworth Institute 

Judith Young Bryant and Stratton 

Judith Zaccagnini Framingham State College 

Joseph Zielinski School of Practical Art 

Barbara Zilinskas Framingham State College 

Fred Faulkner Northeastern University 

Marsha Lazaro Chandler School for Women 



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Student Council 




Judy Dozois — 

Treasurer 
John Boncia — 

Boys' Vice President 
Eddy May — 

President 
Jane Tyman — 

Girls' Vice President 
Judy Brady — 

Secretary 





Seniors 



First Row: Debby Robinson, Pat Noble, 
Barbara Furne, Pauline Beaver, Mary Chaisson, 
Debby Rose, Susan Berrio. Second Row: Larry 
Nicolai, Bob Reardon, Ted Dangelmayer, Joe 
DeSisto, Bill Blanchet, James Close. 



Juniors and 
Sophomores 



First Row: Martha Johnson, Karen O'Toole, 
Sandy Camuti, Linda Gillespie, Kathy Ryan, 
Elaine Wolfe, Pat Teri. Second Row: Mike 
Fine, Louis Karamas, Carl Crockford, Steve 
Ramberg, Ralph Bowen, Mark Strum. 




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Honor Society 




Edward May — 

Vice President 
Irene Restieri — 

Secretary 
Paul St. Amand— 

Treasurer 
Andrew Crane — 

President 



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First Row: Catherine Bradbury, Caren Smell- 
edge, Bonnie Reasor, Donna Chakalis, Rosarie 
Vasile, Deborah Rose, Barbara Zilinskas, 
Frances Deary, Maureen McHugh. Second 
Row: Brenda Smith, Susan Sparks, Carol 
Rodes, Mariann Manzon, Clare Kirley, Patricia 
Girolamo, Laila Salo, Susan Poison, Barbara 
Furne, Catherine Quinn, Betty Scheinfeldt, 
Teresa Olivo. Third Row: John Krol, Donald 
Lesuer, Drew Jackson, George Swift, William 
Herrick, Peter Martocchio, Ethan Kra. 



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First Row: Bonita Cohn, Judy Dozois, Diane 
Hargreaves, Katherine Sarro, Patricia Cooke, 
Jacqueline Bishop, Ruth Lamport, Mary Lea 
Mabie, Linda DiGregorio. Second Row: 
Barbara Peterson, Josephine Klarmann, Judy 
Griffin, Mary Hansberry, Janet Wencis, Wendy 
Slater, June O'Leary, Priscilla Queen, Judy 
Zaccagnini. Third Row: William Alper, Peter 
Hardy, Douglas Morash, Warren Chase, 
Timothy Reed, Alberto Velella. 



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Exchange Students 



Volkswagen 

After flying from New York, Betty 
Scheinfeldt and William Alper arrived for 
a two-month stay, courtesy of the Volks- 
wagen Company's distributor, Hansen-Mac 
Phee. They had toured the World's Fair 
and now, began their new lives with new 
parents, brothers, sisters, and friends. While 
they were in Germany Franz- Josef Schingale 
and Heike Allerman took their places here 
in Waltham. During the summer their fami- 
lies took them traveling, Betty down the 
Rhine river and Bill to Austria and Bavaria. 
They visited Vienna, Innsbruck, Frankfurt, 
Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin, and many other 
famous places. 




Betty Scheinfeldt, William Alper 



Franz-Josef Schingale, Heike Aller- 
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American Field Service 

In August of 1964 he stepped off the "Seven Seas", the A.F.S. ocean liner. 
He was unknowingly beginning the most "wonderful, fantastic, fabulous, 
great" year of his life. On the 15th of August he arrived at his new home. 
His "family" the Meserves, greeted him warmly and welcomed him into their 
closely-knit life. 

In September, he began school as a senior at Waltham High School. He 
made many friends with whom he shared many unforgettable experiences. 
On June 29 he left us, each and every one of us holding a memory. It was hard 
for him to leave and hard for us to let him go, but he carried with him the 
hope of one day returning to his"other home." 




Petter Andreas Steen 




Red Cross 

Last summer Andrew Crane represented the Waltham Chapter of the 
American Red Cross in Hawaii. While much of his time was spent "playing 
tourist," Andy devoted many hours to working in the islands' health facilities. 
Since the miniscule plantation clinic was short of help, Andy was worked as 
"a combination doctor, nurse, orderly, and scrub-boy." Waltham's Red Cross 
envoy also worked with retarded children and fitted in some work with enlisted 
men, part of another vital Red Cross service. 

For relaxation, Andy went ethnic — he reports that he swam at Waikiki, 
rode the breakers on a surfboard, climbed coconut palms on a deserted isle and 
collected souvenirs for the mainland "malihinis." 



Andrew Crane 



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Chorus 



Director 





First Row: Rachel LeBlanc, Mary Anne Salamone, Mary Andrews, Jane Sinclair, Ann Grasso, 
Jeanne Giardina, Judy Lemay, Susan Perna, Kathy McHugh, Cheryl Hanna, Margaret Hans- 
berry. Second Row: Jane Chevadoni, Lana Antico, Linda Shaw, Elaine McCarthy, Jo Testa, 
Rebecca Kilgore, Carol Anderson, Eloise Swan, Cynthia Rainis, Eileen LaMarca, Clare Kirley, 
Maureen Mitchell, Susan VanderWyk, Barbara Benson, Noreen Cunningham, Kathy Vail, 
Penny Lydon. Third Row: Bernie Gaudet, Ellen O'Reilly, Janet Hanley, Linda Poole, Helen 
Kneisel, Gale Kulin, Sonja Pass, Debby Brackett, Sheila Kokidko, Jean Cappadonna, Marie-Ann 
Composto, Karen Wolcott. Fourth Row: Bob Phillips, Laurence Nile, Guy Randall, Bill Madden, 
Gary Uhlig, James Gates, Tim Reed, Don Holl. 



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First Row: Susan Doyle, Nancy McGuire, Becky Lester, Mark Berberian, Michael Kalzonides, Dcbby Webb, David King, Chris 
Welts, Kathleen Vail, Patricia Ryberg. Second Row: Marcia Devoe, Jeremy Welts, Harriet Johnson, Barbara Benson, Douglas Dow, 
Elaine Sinclair, Kenneth Fraize, Barbara Gibson, Pamela Ross. Third Row: Dana Welts, James Davis, Teri Marshall, John Chiling- 
erian, Timothy Reed, Richard Stevens, Elisabeth Dunkerly, John Foley, Donald Parrella, Debby Lester. Fourth Row: Gerald Rigoli, 
Wayne Gebhardt, Thomas Landry, Linda Kupelian, Robert Clark, Paul Stempson, Paul Clifford, George Stevens, Jack Weiner. Fifth 
Row: David Banks. Bernard Caissie, John Scanlon, Robert Phillips, Michael Fine. William Madden, Warren Dow, Joseph Foley, 
Lester Evans, Donald Gage. 



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First Row: Lynda Osborn, Wendy Slater, Patricia Girolamo, Edward May, Diane Hargreaves, 
Brenda Smith, Judy Zaccagnini. Second Row: Brian Madden, Andrew Crane, William Kilgore, 
Mary Hansberry, Judie Young, Irene Restieri, George Swift, William Alper, Paul St. Amand. 



Manhattan Magic 



On April 1 and 2, 1965, was presented the most successful Talent Show ever staged 
at Waltham High, Manhattan Magic. Under the outstanding leadership of Mr. Timothy 
Fitzgerald, faculty advisor, and Eddy May, student director, our show led the spell- 
bound audience on an exhilarating jaunt through New York City, and included acts 
ranging from a beat poet to a one-of-a-kind "specialty" number. A clever script lent 
the show its fast pace, and the superb orchestrations by a certain trumpeter provided 
an added sparkle. The show was a hit from beginning to end and added much to the 
A.F.S. treasury. 



Pep Squad 





Co-Captains: Dianne Faulkner, Donna Totagrande, Maureen 
Mitchell. 




Seniors 



First Row: Lynda Osborne, Patricia DeSaulniers, Susan Poirier, 
Sandra Hurley, Judy Bartleman. Second Row: Deborah Butler, 
Bonnie Brown, Bonnie Reasor, Sandra Keyes, Barbara Thomas, 
Claire Dionisio. Third Row: Judy Dozois, Patricia DiTomaso, 
Marilyn Dronseiko, Caren Smelledge, Martha Wilson, Sally Walsh. 
Fourth Row: Carolyn Davidson, Ruth Lamport, Jean Bourgeois, 
Barbara Lickorai, Susan Whelan. Fifth Row: Mary Ellen Keohane, 
Anne Argiro, Pamela Quirk, Patricia Texeira, Katheleen Walsh, 
Cathy Quinn, Arlene Rubin. Sixth Row: Margaret Clancy, Sheila 
Fitzpatrick, Frances Dunn, Diane Noe, Ellen Farrell, Dolores 
Juliano. 



Juniors and 
Sophomores 



First Row: Rosalind Sokes, Mary Naughton, Marion Cutting, 
Corrine Brown, Carolyn Brown, Leah Policronis, Janet Brehm. 
Second Row: Jeanne Trombley, Donna Maselli, Lynda Huffman, 
Nancy McGuire, Carolyn Brophy, Sheila Foley. Third Roiv: 
Kathy Sinclair, Christine Thambash, Linda McLennan, Janice 
Mahoney, Leslie Hatch, Maryann Varley, Norma McGann. Fourth 
Row: Nanci Myers, Jane Morrison, Margaret Stevens, Cora Gangi, 
Karen Enos, Dorothy Lyons, Marie Davenport, Leslie Mason. 



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Co-Editors: Laila Salo, Mary Hansberry, Deborah Rose. 



Staff Editors 



First Row: Maureen McHugh, Mrs. Shirley — advisor, Mr. Hood — 
advisor, Maureen Ravalli. Second Row: Barbara Furne, Susan 
Poison, James Harriman, Irene Restieri, Barbara Phillips. 





Newspaper Staff 



First Row: Marion Cutting, Donna Pearce, Betty Scheinfeldt, 
Bonnie Reasor, Bonnie Brown, Charlotte Katz, Marjory Green, 
Judy Judkins, Jo Klarmann. Second Row: Susan Chane, Elizabeth 
Dunkerley, Janet Benger, Ellen Salo, Sally Giacosanzio, Janet 
Brehm, Patricia Foley. Third Row: Paul St. Amand, Jeter Steen, 
Eileen O'Neill, Shiela Burns, William Blanchet, Alan Amiraliah. 



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Crimson Key 




First Row: John Bonica, Drew Jackson, Andrew Crane, Paul St. Amand, Robert MacCausland, 
William Alper, Ethan Kra. Second Row: Ted Dangelmayer, Douglas Morash, Edward May, 
Walter McGuire, Donald Brophy, Joseph Desisto, Brian Madden, Fred Ciaramaglia, Kenneth 
Eisner. 



Maroon Squad 




First Row: Mary Ellen Keohane, Marilyn Gilligan, Karen Scafidi, Judy Cusack, Lynda Osborn, Patricia 
DeSaulniers, Maureen Mitchell, Joanne Vince, Jane Kelley, Carol Silvio, Patricia Lewis, Pamela 
Whalen. Second Row: Susan Poirier, Mary Dacey, Patricia Foley, Mary Ellen Bradley, Sally Walsh, 
Mary Ann Zammuto, Carol Schaufus, Patricia Texiera, Phyllis Giugno, Vera Ann Semenza, Jane 
Tyman. Third Row: Judy Bartleman, Judi Young, Anne Weiner, Bonita Cohn, Barbara Lickorai, Diane 
Noe, Cynthia Skotland, Susan Whelan, Marianne Janoni, Deanna Doucette, Janice Garland. Fourth 
Row: Ellen Farrell, Mary Chaisson, Patricia Quinlan, Barbara Thomas, Margaret Johnston, Lorraine 
Castellano. Fifth Row: Deborah Robinson, Judith Brady, Sharon Sullivan, Susan Flanders, Jill Carson, 
Sharon Maloof, Gail Conti, Marion Santalucito, Nancy Russel, Patricia McConnel, Lynne Lazaro. Sixth 
Row: Andrew Daniels, Stephen Kennedy, Melvin Marcou, Walter Eaton, George Carlson, Dee Mallock, 
Donald Brophy. 



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Library Council 





First Row: Martha Wilson, Patricia Cooke, Barbara Fume, Eloise Swan, Joyce Davis, Jackie 
Keane. Second Row: Sherry Mogan, Donna Pierce, Eileen Avery, Nadia Filosa, Carolyn 
Davidson, Jane Sinclair, Barbara Tushin, Diane Faulkner, Noreen Cunningham, Kathy 
Martin. 



Audio- Visual Staff 





First Row: Michael Guzzi, Thomas O'Keefe, Robert Clarke, Harry Snieder, Albert De Wolf, 
Warren Dow, Mike Tomeo. Second Row: Joseph Gosselin, Joseph Castellana, George Gero, 
Challis Wilson, Richard Nichols, David Ramey, David Keeler, Douglas Sullivan, Thomas 
Streck, Mr. Gilliam, William Kilgore, Charles Barnes, Gregory McElroy, Richard MacKenzie, 
Robert Kampe, Carmen Morreale, Richard Bothen. 



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Data 
Processing 



First Row: Janice Landry, Donna Conchiglia, Ann La- 
mont, Elizabeth Deguisti, Barbara Lickorai. Second 
Row: Elizabeth Messia, Judy Wheeler, James Gates, 
Richard Drexler, Vernon Porter, Carolyn Soberg, Lynne 
Kempt. Third Row: Joe Castellana, Gerald DiCecca, 
Alberta Velella, Charles McCullough, Larry Altrich, 
Joseph Nixon. 



Nurse's 
Staff 



First Row: Pat DeSaulniers, Barbara Corliss, Deb- 
bie Butler, Mrs. Helen Flynn RN, Anne Horen- 
stein, Dorothy Elwell, Sue Poirier. Second Row: 
Judy Bartleman, Pat Texeria, Sue Whalen, Jean 
Bourgeois, Pam Quirk, Donna Weaver, Jane 
Truell, Helen Agrillo, Linda Shaw. 





Language 

Lab 
Assistants 



First Row: Mary Hansberry, Patricia Doherty, Marie 
Davenport, Donna Caine, Mary Rose, Deborah Rose, 
Deborah Webb, Sheila Fitzpatrick. Second Row: Leah 
Policronis, Barbara Bilansky, Ellen Sailo, Sally Gia- 
cosanzio, Carol Chaisson, Janet Brehm, Stephanie Casale, 
Janet Benger, Dorothy Lyons, Olive Sampson, Michael 
Tierney, Margaret Blanchet, Denice Mahoney. Third 
Row: John Clarke, Gary Freedman, Timothy Reed, 
David Spicer, Richard Cybulski, Roland Vanaria, James 
Harriman. 



Debating Club 




Jane Wencis, Treasurer; William Alper, President; Albert Namias, Vice 
President; Janice Landry, Secretary. 




This year the Waltham High School 
debating team improved on last year's 
excellent record. The reason for the 
higher standing of the team (fourth out 
of twenty in the North Shore Debating 
League) was a vast improvement among 
the novice and junior varsity debaters. 
The team finished with a record of 14 
wins and 4 losses. The advisers for the 
Debating Club are Mrs. Bowman and 
Mr. Blossom. 




First Row: Barbara Furne, Leslie Cybulski, Stephanie Casale. Second Row: Bruce Rosen, /ohn Bray, Arnold Epstein, Alan 
Ackerman, Philip Slotnick. 



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Dramatic Club 




Under the able advice and direction 
of Mrs. Crow the Dramatic Club staged 
three plays, Scrooge, Ivanov, and A 
Midsummer Night's Dream. 




Peter Martocchio, Promotion Chairman; Janice Landry, Vice President; Janet 
Wencis, President; Ann Grasso, Secretary. 




First Row: Marjory Short, Mariann Manzon, Marcia McNamara, June O'Leary, Margaret Blanchet. Second Row: Guy Randall, 
William Blanchet, Gary Freedman, Thomas Mullaney, Dick Nichols, Paul Crapo, Roland Vanaria. 



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Latin 
Club 



Officers 



Patricia Girolamo — 

Treasurer 
Barbara Furne — 

President 
Mary Hansberry — 

Vice President 
Wendy Slater— 

Secretary 



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Juniors and 
Sophomores 

First Row: Helen Theos, Debby 
Page, Cathy McHugh, Connie Mc- 
Elroy. Second Row: Gregory Mc- 
Elroy, Linda Cox, Leslie Mason, 
Lynne MacDonald, Carolyn Brophy, 
Joe Saulnier. 



First Row: Irene Restieri, Susanne 
Poirier, Ruth Lamport, Jo Klar- 
mann, Brenda Smith. Second Row: 
Bonnie Reasor, Carol Rodes, Mar- 
jorie Green, Bonnie Brown, Donna 
Chakalis. Third Row: Sheila Fitz- 
patrick, Janet Wencis, Debby Rose, 
Patricia Cooke, Barbara Zilinskas, 
Teresa Olivo. 




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Officers 



Sonja Pass — 

Secretary 
Ted Dangelmayer- 

President 
Tim Reed — 

Treasurer 



German 
Club 



Seniors 



First Row: Randi Bonica, Paul 
Agrillo, Laila Salo, Marjorie Green, 
Susan Sparks, Suzanne Poirier, 
Gerald DiCecca, George Schiff. 
Second Row: Andy Crane, Har- 
mon Dunbar, Challis Wilson, Brian 
Madden, Richard Cybulski, Gary 
Travis. 





Juniors and 
Sophomores 

First Row: Paul Montgomery, Doug 
Foster, Peter Manzon, David King, 
Dennis Overcash, Hugh Masterman, 
Warren Dow, Steve Ramberg. Second 
Row: Tom Jefferson, Pat Dpherty, Leah 
Policronis, Audrey Gustafson, Janet - ' 
Benger, Dotty Lyons, Mary Furbush, 
Paulette Doucette, Mary Rose, Cynthia 
Rainis, Maries Willscher, Gale Kulin, 
Third Row: Loxi Keith, Peggy Jackson, 
Mary Scheier, Bess Truman, Beverly 
Lawless, Janet Hanley, Frances Mitchell, 
Nancy McGuire, Carolyn Brophy, Teri 
Marshal, Mary Todd, Ruth Beal, Char- 
lene Malloy, Sandy Cardillo, Irene 
Schlager, Mamie Eisenhower. Fourth 
Row: Dot Kaufman, Dolly Madison, 
Marsha Stewart, Marge Sarmanian, 
Theresa Porier, Pat Scannell, Ellen 
Thideman, Karen Dodge, Jane Morri- 
son, Abigail Adams, Marcia Devoe. 





Russian Club 







First Row: Gail Resnikoff, Stephanie Casale, Scott Bennett, Sandra Keyes, Charles 
Belyea, President, Mary Scheier, Leah Policronis. Second Row: Bess Truman, Janet 
Benger, Linda Cox, Janet Wencis, June O'Leary, Bonnie Brown, Bonnie Reasor. 
Third Row: Gary Freedman, Bruce Rosen, Jack Kromer, Joe Zielinski, Jim Chaisson, 
Gregory Sterns. 



Italian Club 







First Row: Mr. Caso, Maria Lombardo, Marianne Manzon, Lana Antico, Treasurer, 
Joe DeSisto, President, Ann Gfasso, Secretary, Kathleen Nicotera, Linda Poole, Mr. 
Collura. Second Row: Susan Giardina, Donna Maselli, MaryAnn Maccio, Diane 
Iagulli, Joe Franco, Sarina Cannistrado, Jeanette Palmer, Jean Cappadona, Vera 
Ann Semenza. 



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Folk Song Club 



Officers 



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Faith Luder — 

FVV? President 
Peter Martocchio — 

Treasurer 
Charles Belyea — 

President 
Thomas Mullaney — 

Secretary 
Marsha MacDonald— 

Vice President 




First Row: Cathy Cardillo, Catherine Ryan, Deborah Muise, Guy Randall, Lawrence 
Nile, Paul Crapo, Leslie Cybulski, Gail Kulin, Susan Sparks. Second Row: Lynn 
MacDonald, Marianne Manzon, Barbara Benson, Ann Chase, Patricia Pratt, Deborah 
Butler, Elaine Santangelo, Tina Russo, June O'Leary. 



French Club 




First Row: Cathy Sinclair, Shiela Foley, Donna Chakalis, Ellen O'Reilly, Karen 
Wokott, Beverly Lawler, Ellen Fucci, Marlies Willscher, Susan Dunn, Marion 
Cutting, Elizabeth Dunkerly, Gwen Pugsley, Carol Rodes, Margaret Russo. Second 
Row: Ruth Lamport, Claire Kirley, Shiela Fitzpatrick, Theresa Poirier, Virginia 
Barnes, Pat Scannell, Margaret Hansberry, Mary Hansberry, June O'Leary. Third 
Row: Bonny Cohn, Dolly Madison, Bonnie Reasor, Bonnie Brown, Priscilla Queen, 
Vivian Zweg, Janet Beran, Elaine Sinclair, Lynn MacDonald. Fourth Row: Jim 
Chaisson, Bob LeBalnc, Bob Aucoin, Peter Gardner, Joseph Franco, Frank Gracia, Jed 
Joyal, David Nevard. 



Officers 




Scott Bennett — 

Treasurer 
Roger LeBlanc — 

President 
Susan VanderWyk — 

Vice President 
Bernie Gaudet — 

Secretary 



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Ski 
Club 




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Officers 

Petter Steen — 

Treasurer 
Sonja Pass — 

Secretary 
Ted Dangelmayer- 

President 





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First Row: Sandy Potter, Susan Sparks, Mary Lee Mabie, Maureen McHugh, 
Donna Wilson, Priscilla Queen, Laila Salo, Elizabeth Dunkerly, Jeanette Palmer, 
Martha Wilson, Gwen Pugsley. Second Row: Paul Crapo, Tim Reed, Peter Place, 
Tom Mullaney, Brian Madden, William Wiley, Richard Cybulski, Ed Chernosky, 
Gerald DiCecca. 



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Sophomores 



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First Row: Eileen O'Neill, Karen Dodge, Gale Kulin, Kathy McHugh, Janet 
Brehm, Francis Casella, Andrea Economo, Ellen Salo, Beverly Lawler, Ann 
Grasso, Maria Chaffee. Second Row: Paul Montgomery, John Ukraine, Lorraine 
Smith, Audrey Gustafson, Joseph Walker, Mary Rose, Janet Benger,«Mike Tierney, 
Gary Freedman. 



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Club 



Board of Directors: First Row: Jim Wareing, Jim 
Corkery, Carl Crockford, Tom Sinclair. Second Row: 
Calvin Coolidge, Donna Cane, Mary Rose, Margery 
Short, Mrs. Hughes, Pat Doherty, Marie Davenport, 
Mr. McKnight. 



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First Row: Gerald DiCecca, Steve Carmel, Salvatore Falzone, Bob Fine. Second 
Row: Elizabeth Dunkerly, Martha Wilson, Dianrie Faulkner, Barbara Zilinskas, 
Laila Salo, June O'Leary, Caren Smelledge, Ellen Fucci. 




Juniors and 
Sophomores 



First Row: Debby Lester, Andrea Economo, June Sampson, Ellen Salo, Marie 
Davenport, Debby Brackett, Donna Cane, Mary Rose, Audrey Gustafson, Margery 
Short, Barbara Tushin, Donna Sellers, Mamie Eisenhower, Debby Chaisson, Cheryl 
Hanna. Second Row: Tom Gardiner, Albert Namias, Mike Freeman, Ted Roose- 
velt, Joseph Qualitz, Gary Freedman, Tom Sinclair, Carl Crockford, Richard 
McKenzie, Robert Parvenik, Wayne Salpietro, Pat Sharkey, Joe Caruso. Third 
Row: Barry Morrison, Hugh Masterman, Gary Mackin, John Archdeacon, 
Joseph Walker, Charles Barnes, Tom Jefferson, David Ramey, Robert Kelner, 
John Ukraine, Mike Tierney, Arthur Chernosky. 





Camera 
Club 



First Row: George Schiff, Joe Franco, Gary 
Freedman. Second Row: Robert Kelner, Sonja 
Pass, Ann Grasso, Gail Kulin, Tim Reed, 
President. 



FTA 



First Row: Barbara Bilansky, Lorna Beckwith, 
Susan VanderWyk, Eileen O'Neill, Doris 
Brooks, Barbara Thomas, Pauline Beaver, Bar- 
bara Furne, Barbara Corliss, Maureen Mitchell, 
Elizabeth Dunkerly, Carol Brown. Second 
Row: Nancy Maguire, Marion Cutting, Susan 
Dunn, Mary Rose, Elaine Wolf, Connie Mc- 
Elroy, Vera Ann Semenza, Pat Foley, Cathy 
Sinclair, Maria Lombardo, Linda Keefe. Third 
Row: Pat Cooke, MaryLea Mabie, Ruth Lam- 
port, Sandra Keyes, Dianne Faulkner, Elaine 
Sinclair, Marie Ann Composto, Shiela Foley, 
Nancy Peters, Mary Furbush, Carolyn Brophy. 
Fourth Row: Martha Waickwitz, Martha Wash- 
ington, June O'Leary, Barbara Zilinskas, 
Sharon Sinclair, Peggy Jackson, Judy Ansara, 
Kathy Quinn, Leslie Mason, Shiela Burns, 
Priscilla Queen, Pat Scannell. Fifth Row: 
Loxi Kieth, Susan Kendall, Barbara Tushin, 
Bonnie Reasor, Bonnie Brown, Lois Borges, 
Sarina Cannistraro, Robert LeBlanc, Cindy 
Small, Bonnie Cohn. 





Chess 
Club 



Richard Dadarrio, Joseph Qualitz, Debby 
Webb, David King, Yem Chin. 



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Scene 

1965 



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The 1965 sports year stands out as 
one of the greatest in WHS history. 
Three undefeated minor teams and a 
surplus of winning major teams won 
a spectacular total of 100 out of 125 
contests. 

Long standing records fell in abund- 
ance before three tournament and league 
champion teams. 





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BOB CONNORS 

quarterback 



JOE DeSISTO 
end 




JOHN BONICA 
halfback 



CO-CAPTAIN 

DON BROPHY 

fullback 




LARRY ENOS 

halfback 




PETER HARDY 

halfback 




Fool 




First Row: Ed Sarno, Dave Keeler, Ron Fornier, Nick Marriani, 
Doug Tierney, George Campbell, George MacCleary, Mike Dennis, 
Dick Vittum, Bob Harrington, Mike Joyal, Dick MacFarland, Joe 
Cacciatore, Steve Boyd. Second Row: Bob Marcou, Paul McGovern, 
Rick Furbush, Vincent Vaccerelo, Joe DeSisto, Larry Enos, Tom 
Burke, Perry Brown, Bill O'Mara, Andy Daniels, Walter McGuire, 
Don Brophy, Rick Anderson, Rod LeForte, Peter Hardy, Bob Connors. 

Coaches 




MR. MORELLI, MR. KOPP, Head Coach, MR. HILL. 



146 



ball 



CO-CAPTAIN 

WALTER McGUIRE 

tackle 




ANDY DANIELS 
guard 




Third Row: Steve Hardy, Bill McQuiggon, Alfred Priest, John Bonica, 
Tom McHugh, Richard Renna, Leonard Issacson, Robert Fitzgerald, 
Chip Greuter, John Mahoney, Bruce Yeamons, Fred Faulkner, Peter 
O'Malley. Fourth Row: Ralph Gaudet, John Graceffa, Kevin Fahey, 
John Crane, Paul DeVincent, Gerald Oulette, John Cappodona, 
Robert Hill, Frank Gracia, Steve Shea, John Griffin, Martin Dozois. 




PERRY BROWN 

guard 



Maiden 

Brookline 

Arlington 

Haverhill 

Weymouth 

Watertown 

Brockton 

Newton 

Somerville 



6—30 


L 


28—32 


L 


6—14 


L 


22— 8 


W 


0—21 


L 


20—12 


W 


32— 


W 


22— 6 


W 


38— 


W 



RICK ANDERSON 

slotback 





ROD LeFORTE 
center 



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Basketball 




First Ron 1 : Tom Tierney, Dave Cincotta, Coach Prohovich, Bob Connors, captain, Ken Eisner, Louis Deneault, Tony 
DeLosa. Second Row: Frank Pilicy, Ed Grandolfo, Don Brophy, Ken Clasby, Tom Gemelli, Jack Davis, Bob Marcou. 
Third Row: Al Thibeault, Mike Dennis, Ralph Gaudet, Tom Berry, Buster McGovern, Doug Tierney, Bill Judkins. 




Under the guidance of coach 
Don Prohovich basketball at 
WHS had another banner year. 
Captain Bob Connors led his 
team into a Tech Tourney 
berth with a 16-2 record. 6-6 
center Bill Judkins broke ai- 
re most every Waltham scoring 
record: single game (41), 
single season (556), and high 
school career (1037). 



COACH PROHOVICH 



1965 Record 
17-4 



Rindge 

Brockton 

Cambridge 

Arlington 

Somerville 

Watertown 

Newton 

Brookline 

Weymouth 

Newton South 

Rindge 

Brockton 

Cambridge 

Arlington 

Watertown 

Newton South 

Newton 

Brookline 

Weymouth 

Somerville 



88—61 W 

69_67 W 

84—71 W 

9 1_69 W 

65—63 W 

52—44 W 

55—49 W 

69—49 W 

56—59 L 

64—53 W 

67—51 W 

83_57 W 

68—54 W 

64—51 W 

65_63 W 

54—43 W 

56—60 L 

76—72 W 

69—48 W 

49—62 L 



TECH TOURNEY 
Attleboro 52 — 55 



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League Champs 




KEN CLASBY 




DON BROPHY 



Another two! 




CAPTAIN BOB CONNORS 




BILL JUDKINS 




FRANK PILICY 




Tech Tourney 







WV * *m. V'. 



TOM GEMELLI 




JACK DAVIS 



Last home game. 




149 




DORIS BROOKS 




NANCY GLEDHILL 




JANE TYMAN 




CORRINE BROWN 



150 





JUDY DOZOIS, Captain 

Football 





Basketball 




Cheerleaders 




CAROLE SCHAUFUS 




PAULINE BEAVER 




CINDY SMALL 





JUDY CAIN 



LYNDA OSBORN 



MARY ELLEN 
KEOHANE 








ROSARIE VASILE, Captain 

Hockey 



SUSAN GREEN 





Cheerleaders 



CHARLENE COCCHIARA 





PAT RIZZO 








CATHY QUINN 




GALE SWANSON 






SALLY GORGONE 



JANET BERAN 



PRISCILLA QUEEN 



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Coach 



Hockey 




Coach Brinn took his second team 
in a row into the State Tournament 
this year. Captain Bob MacCausland 
and Emile Belliveau shared top scor- 
ing honors, 33 points. Bob MacCaus- 
land set another WHS record, high 
school career, 66 points. 



Captain 




MR. BRINN 



ROBERT MacCAUSLAND 



Team 



First Row: Steve Hardy, John Kavaleski, Erland Hardy, Bob LaCroix, Paul Pilicy, Don Pierce, Steve LaCroix, Kevin Fahey. Second 
Row: Edgar Bastarache, George Campbell, James Lexander, Jim Bowse, David Ohnemus, Peter Hardy, Bill Butman, Robert 
MacCausland, Dan Doyle. 




152 



1965 Record 




10-4-2 






Brookline 


8—0 


W 


Rindge 


8—1 


w 


Somerville 


5—1 


w 


Arlington 


0—5 


L 


Newton 


1—5 


L 


Cambridge 


4—1 


W 


Brookline 


5—5 


T 


Medford 


7—2 


W 


Rindge 


9—1 


W 


Somerville 


6—1 


W 


Newton 


2—2 


T 


Medford 


8—0 


W 


Cambridge 


6—0 


W 


STATE TOURNAMENT 




Marblehead 


5—3 


W 


Hudson 


0—5 


L 





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Team 



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F/Vj/ Ro^/ Paul Agrillo, Dick Leard, Frank Grueter, Bill Shinnick, manager, Buzzy Borden, Norm Elliott, Tony Navarro. Second Row: 
Dennis Vasquesi, Al Priest, Brian McMahon, Don Pierce, Jim Lexander, Steve Carme, Ron Dion, Paul Kneeland. 




154 



MR. YETTEN— COACH 



1965 Record 15-5 




*Lexington 


2—7 


L 


Rindge 


7—1 


W 


*Natick 


4—3 


W 


Watertown 


0—1 


L 


Cambridge 


3—1 


W 


Arlington 


5—0 


w 


Brockton 


6—1 


w 


Newton 


8—1 


L 


Newton South 


6—1 


w 


Brookline 


11—5 


W 


Weymouth 


6—5 


W 


Rindge 


11—5 


W 


Watertown 


2—1 


w 


Cambridge 


5—3 


w 


Arlington 


6—5 


w 


Brockton 


1—0 


w 


Newton 


2—1 


w 


Newton South 


0—3 


L 


Brookline 


1—2 


L 


Weymouth 


5—0 


W 


PLAYOFF 






Newton 


2—4 


L 


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ball 



Seniors 






CAPTAIN BOB MacCAUSLAND 



PAUL KNEELAND 



PAUL AGRILLO 







TONY NAVARRO 



BUZZY BORDEN 



BRIAN McMAHON 



BOB ELLIOTT 






AL PRIEST 



DICK LEARD 



FRANK GRUETER 




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Indoor 



Track 




CAPTAIN DOUG MORASH 






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First Row: Steve Herrick, Bill Grimes, Dick Stevens, Paul Stempson, Gary Blanchard, 
Larry Nicolai, Douglas Morash, captain, Coach Gould, Sandy Keyes, manager, Don Merida, 
Skip Vaccarello, Robert Keyes, David Porier, Frank Gracia, Drew Jackson, Jim Shea. 
Second Row: John Krol, John Sousey, Paul Clare, John Toohil, Norm Neu, Don Ricciato, 



1964-1965 was another successful year for Waltham High Track- 
men. Coach Gould's injury-hampered team broke 20 records, finished 
second in the Suburban League, and placed third in the State Cham- 
pionships. The 2-mile relay team of Peter Hardy, Bob Keyes, Tom 




1965 Record 






5-3 




Maiden 


49—37 


W 


B.C. High 


58—28 


W 


Brookline 


54 31 


W 


Natick 


46—39 


W 


Newton 


52—34 


L 


Rindge 


51—35 


L 


Weymouth 


51—35 


L 


Watertown 


53—33 


W 



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Team 



Outdoor 




Wally McGuire, Ralph Gaudet, Dick Furbush, Bob Connors, Peter Hardy, Steve Etkind, 
Lester Evans, Mike Fine. Third Row: Reed Miller, Don Demoy, James MacDonald, Tom 
Wheeler, Dave Keeler, Joe DeStefano, John Furbush, Erland Hardy, Steve Hardy, Bob 
Marcou, Frank Doherty, Ed Casnoche, Jim Lambros, Dick Nangle. 



Wheeler, and Don Ricciato and the javelin team of Bob Connors, 
Peter Hardy, and Ralph Gaudet set state records. Because of injuries 
Captain Doug Morash ran only five races, in which he set two WHS 
records. 




COACH LEE GOULD 




1965 Record 




4-1 




Arlington 80l/ 2 — 48l/ 2 


W 


North Quincey 102 — 29 


W 


Quincey 72 — 59 


w 


Cambridge 




Latin 112l/ 2 — i8l/ 2 


w 


Weymouth 5 3 V 2 — 7 7 1/ 2 


L 




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Cross Country 




First Row: Mark O'Brien, Dick Stevens, Dick Nagle, Drew Jackson, captain, Joan Lazaro, manager, Sandy Keyes, 
manager, Donna Ryberg, manager, Reed Miller, John Krol, Jed Joyal, Bob O'Brien. Second Row: Coach Gould, Jim 
Shea, Dave Kromer, Norm Neu, James McDonnell, Helmut Loeser, Lester Evans, Mike Fine, Stephen Kennedy, Larry 
Nicolai, Gary Blanchard, Dick MacFarlane. Third Row: Alan Goldman, Bill Omerod, Mark Webb, James Lambros, 
Charles Barnes, Don Ricciato, Bob Keyes, Tom Wheeler, Jim Lambros, Fran Archdeacon, Dick Shuman. 



Again this year the Waltham High Cross Country Team proved its excellence in distance running. 
Led by Captain Drew Jackson the team scored victories against both Newton rivals while running up a 
good 7-2 record. 



Captain 




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1965 Record 7-2 



Natick 

Newton South 

Everett 

Lewiston 

Arlington 

Medford 

Revere 

Newton 

Maiden 



DREW JACKSON 



31—24 
17—41 
15—50 
19—44 
21 — 40 
24—37 
15—50 
26—29 
34—21 



L 
W 

W 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 

L 



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Rifle 




First Row: Pete Mostowitz, Mike Warren, David Smith, Roy Warren, Richard McKenzie. Second Row: Coach Joseph 
Siano, John Cincotta, Captain John Toohil, Joe DeSisto, Donald Uhlin, Ken Vienneau. 



The 1965 Rifle Team carried on the great tradition of their predecessors becoming the undefeated 
Champion of the Middlesex Scholastic Rifle League. Donald Uhlin carried off honors with the high 
average of 182.77. In the Acton-Boxboro match the team set a new school and league record, 923. 



1965 Record 9-0 




Wayland 


909—812 


W 


Marlboro 


918—836 


w 


Concord 


911—860 


w 


Newton 


'890—854 


w 


Bedford 


884—850 


w 


Watertown 


907—798 


w 


Melrose 


909—887 


w 


Maiden 


910—907 


w 


Acton-Boxboro 


923—871 


w 



Captain — Coach 

JOHN TOOHIL MR. SIANO 




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Golf 



Coach 



MR. ELLIOTT 



Captain 



BOB REARDON 





1965 Record 




Cambridge 


9 —0 


W 


Rindge 


7 —2 


w 


Arlington 


61/ 2 -2l/ 2 


w 


Cambridge 


9 —0 


w 


Rindge 


8 —1 


w 


Brookline 


7 —2 


w 


Arlington 


6 —3 


w 


Newton 


8 —1 


w 




Team 



First Row: Wayne Alden, John Krol, 
Greg Sterns. Second Row: Robert 
Reardon, Douglas Sullivan, Gary Mac- 
kin. 




Tennis 




Co-Captains 



TED DANGELMAYER— TOM GEMILLI 



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Team 



F/Vj/ Row: Doris Brooks, manager, 
Tony DeLosa, Tony Zatoonian, 
Fran Doorakian, Tom Gemelli, 
captain, Mr. Foley, coach, Ted Dan- 
gelmayer, captain, Albert Namias, 
George Swift, Jane Tyman, man- 
ager. Second Row: Paul Montgom- 
ery, Bob Gaudette, Petter Steen, 
Richard Nagle, David Hoffses. 




The revival of tennis at Waltham High under Coach Foley 
was a resounding success. The first tennis team in over fifteen 
years has achieved a remarkable 52 to 8 record in games 
to become League Champions. The season was topped with 
a victory in an important match with Scituate, rated the 
second-best team in the state. 



1965 Record 




12-0 






Watertown 


4—1 


W 


Winthrop 


5—0 


W 


Cambridge Latin 


5—0 


w 


Rindge 


5—0 


w 


Maiden 


4—1 


w 


Arlington 


4—1 


w 


Winthrop 


4—1 


w 


Cambridge Latin 


5—0 


\v 


Rindge 


5—0 


w 


Maiden 


5—0 


w 


Arlington 


3—2 


w 


Scituate 


3—2 


w 




Swimming Team 




First Row: Robert Mahoney, Douglas Foster, William Edmunds, Robert Vezina, Robert Lesuer, William Shinnick, Patrick Sharkey, 
Richard Vittum, David Chaisson. Second Row: George McClary, James Close, William McQuiggan, Mark Coen, Mike Martin, Francis 
Lord, Robert Gaudette, Robert LeBlanc. 




1965 Record 




6-8 






Maiden 


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Secretaries 



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Arthur Milliken, James Falzone, Richard Putnam, 
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First Row: Ronald Powlesland, Mr. Viscarello, 
Patrick McDonnell. Second Row: William Fraser, 
Paul Walsh. 



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Auto 
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Seniors 




First Row: Craig Cady, Donald Pelkey, Richard Johnson, John Sozanski. Second Row: Joseph Hebert, Michael Scichilone, Ronald 
Paolino, Ronald Coughlan, Walter Boudrot, John Silva, Albert Toy, Arthur Milliken. 



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Seniors 







First Row: Bruce McCorry, Aldo Agostino, James Ball. Second Row: Emile Belliveau, Paul Bisson, Roger Tambascia, Stephen 
Newell, Paul Swanson, Charles Duffer, Frank Maker. 



167 




Electronics 



Seniors 




First Row: Timothy Coye, William Fletcher, George MacDonald, John Ferro. Second Row: William Casella, John Galligan, Arthur 
Castoldi. 



168 



Machine 




Seniors 




First Row: William Whelan, Leo Collette, Raymond Bamford, Robert Gaudet, Wayne Dunham. Second Row: Roger Cormier, 
Alfred Girouard, Reginald Le Blanc, Lloyd Ruggles. 



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Seniors 




Robert Arsenault Joseph Rando 



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Printing 




Seniors 




First Row: Kenneth Fraize, Alfred Arsenault, John Morris, James Carr. Second Row: Gerald Gorman, James Savage, Eugene Cobuz- 
zi, Stephen Bright, Thomas Connors, Peter Raguso, Warren Jacobs, Robert Collura. 



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Ronald Rousseau, David Reid, Daniel Bradley, Richard Regan, Maxime Frigault, Ronald Belliveau. 



172 



S-09 




First Row: J. Rand, D. Ricci, C. Powderly, L. Policronia, A. Quirk, T. Poirer, A. Questrom, G. 

Pitts. Second Row: A. Zatoonian, S. Shea, L. Crete, C. Pitre, N. Orechia, L. Chaisson, E. 

Sarno, J. Sharpe, J. Walker. Third Row: P. Slotnick, D. Seoord, G. Sterns, T. Sinclair, R. 
St. Amand, J. Scanlon, R. Schuman, D. Spector. 



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First Row: O. Samson, K. Santoro, L. Poole, N. Salamone, N. Russo, E. Rebenack, D. Rutledge, 
M. Rose. Second Row: R. Byrd, M. Tammaro, A. Thibeault, M. Sarmanian, P. Rizzo, P. 
Scannell, M. Short, L. Schuessler, L. LeBlanc, D. Sellers, G. Uhlig, P. Guthrie, R. Sullivan. 
Third Row: F. Taranto, M. Buonono, P. Tousignane, V. Vaccarello, J. Wareing, J. Ukraine, K. 
Vienneau, R. Vittum, M. Webb, F. Uttaro, J. Teller. 



174 



S-013 




First Row: V. Baines, M. Thomas, L. Huffman, C. Montgomery, B. Almada, W. Andrews, 
S. Bastarache, P. Powers. Second Row: K. Smith, C. Annunciata, R. Bass, C. Arnone, M. Taranto, 
L. Arizmendi, D. Bachelder, L. Arnold, C. Baumann, C. Attardo, R. Arsenault, J. Archdeacon, A. 
Amiralian. Third Row: R. Baker, B. Begin, L. Dion, F. Beaton, W. Bardsley, R. Adams, S. 
Bennett, P. Archdeacon, L. Amelia, S. Affleck. 



S-015 




First Row: J. Sheehan, J. Taranto, K. Scamman, I. Stollowski, M. Stewart, F. Tanner, C. 
Steber, G. Taranto. Second Row: Mr. Prohovich, R. Pendergast, J. Weiner, N. Silva, M. Stevens, 
D. Strait, M. Skane, M. Cormier, P. Taranto, D. Vasquizi, T. Shea. Third Row: R. LaCroix, 
L. Arnold, W. Condon, T. Berry, J. DeStefano, B. Bonnyman, D. Evans, T. Wheeler, R. 
Campbell, H. Leger, A. Rigolie. 



175 



S-017 




First Row: J. Cappadona, L. Borges, S. Burns, C. Brown, S. Camuti, C. Chaisson, J. Callahan, 
D. Cane. Second Row: J. Vautour, K. Campbell, L. Caramanica, J. Brehm, M. Vitale, S. Chane, 
M. Brandt, J. Cain, P. Bourque, S. Bowley. Third Row: S. Boucher, J. Bray, R. Bushway, P. 
Ceare, R. Campbell, J. Calson, R. Code. 



S-107 




First Row: M. Doucet, P. Belliveau, D. Brackett, B. Hines, M. Pierce. Second Row: C. 
Columbo, V. Famosi, P. McCarthy, J. Sampson, S. Russell, L. Marinelli, M. Tierney, P. 
Howes. Third Row: L. Casella, T. Flynn, R. Heath, G. Lanthier, L. Mandile, N. Squillante. 



176 



S-lll 




First Row: E. Hyder, C. Hanna, B. Gaudet, P. Doherty, D. Harris, M. Doucette, V. Gilbert, 
J. Gallagher. Second Row: J, Hickey, J. DiGregorio, G. Profetto, R. SantaMaria, S. Dreschler, D. 
Gallagher, A. Horenstein, J. Gollinger. Third Row: W. Whalen, N. Marriani, R. LeBlanc, M. 
Hirchfeld, E. Hardy, S. Hardy, R. Gaudet, E. Leonard. 



S-112 




First Row: D. Deagle, B. Deveau, P. Duffer, A. Economo, J. Dennison, B. Douglas, M. Chaffee, 
Y. DiNauta. Second Row: W. Dow, J. Coburn, F. Lord, M. Cincotta, E. DeWolfe, S. Cole- 
man, A. Collura, S. Dunn, L. Curren, R. Cincotta, M. DiGregory, J. Dalfino, C. Crockford. 
Third Row: R. Dourette, R. Cooney, R. Dion, P. Cuerdon, T. Seale, L. Deneault, W. Bowser, 
J. Davis, R. DeSimone, F. Cotton. 



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S-114 




First Row: P. Fay, J. Hanley, L. Hatch, N. Jimjimian, A. Ialongo, K. Fitzpatrick, P. Doucette, 
S. Casale. Second Row: B. Collins, G. McElroy, P. McGovern, D. Gleason, C. Gangi, A. 
Gustavson, H. O'Hara, M. Ferrara, J. Chiasson, A. Gugarty, W. Gustafson. Third Row: John 
Di Cicco, R. Mahoney, J. Juppe, M. Guzzi, R. Gorman, D. Marsh, A. MacKenzie, T. Johnson. 



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F/Vj/ Kow/ M. Kaszubski, S. Giardina, M. Isaacson, L. Keefe, M. Keane, C. Gatta, J. Goode, 
P. Kaufman. Second Row: J. Bace, L. Harper, C. Katz, J. LaFargue, C. Long, M. Horrigan, T. 
Jenkins, T. Kielty. Third Row: J. LaCava, D. Merida, L. Hill, M. Keenan, R. Hinckley, D. Ed- 
munds, J. Scafidi, W. Morgan, B. Kennedy, P. Monahan. 



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S-117 




First Row: N. Mclvor, K. Nicotera, D. Morine, R. Morris, D. Morrison, D. Oately, J. Morrison, 
V. Murphy. Second Row: M. O'Neil, L. Nile, S. Monahan, N. McGann, E. Mearls, M. Willscher, 
M. Margeson, M. Mogan, K. McLellan, J. O'Brien, R. Nichols. Third Row: D. Peace, D. 
Overcash, A. Piantedosi, N. Belliveau, R. Aucoin, D. Ohnemus, P. Sharp, R. Parvenik. Absent 
from picture: D. Ricciato, J. Picariello, J. Lucas, C. Lucus. 



S-118 




First Row: E. Coll, J. Corrigan, J. Colombo, M. Davenport, D. Clark, T. Salucci, K. Byrd, 
C. Clark. Second Row: D. Chaisson, J. Clarke, L. Chaisson, C. Wall, T. Chaisson, G. Bryant, 
J. Cormier, K. Wolcott, M. Chartier, K. Coutu, E. D'Amicus, P. Corbett. Third Row: J. 
Corkery, J. Cincotta, J. MacMillan, L. Cormier, R. Claugh, S. Condell, R. Cormier, L. Conearney, 
J. Gosselin, S. Carme, M. Dennis. 



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S-213 




First Row: S. Kokidko, H. Kneisel, C. Wians, D. Lembo, L. Kupelian, D. Lester, K. Krom, 
C. Williamson. Second Row: R. Colangelo, R. Lisa, M. Johnson, L. Kelly, E. Jackson, D. Iagulli, 
G. Kulin, E. Keohane, S. Kendel, E. Laboisair, K. Kiley, D. Fogal. Third Row: J. Lexander, 
L. Muise, J. Kavalaski, R. Nagle, J. Kromer, R. Lesuer, T. Kyte, M. Nelson, W. Morgan, R. 
Kelner, D. Le Clair, P. Leduc. 



S-214 




First Row: K. Ferriter, L. Eldridge, C. Dwyer, D. Phelan, D. Frary, N. Forcier, K. Frostig, 
S. Rooney, L. Fox. Second Row: K. Fahey, J. Fitzgerald, S. Collura, M. Composto, S. Elston, 
K. Enos, D. Coxall, L. Vincuilla, R. Fournier, A. Epstein. Third Row: L. Evans, C. DiGiusto, 
F. Doherty, J. Gates, R. Fasulo, T. Fiore, W. Edmunds, J. Franco, T. Gardiner, K. Eisner. 



180 



S-215 




First Row: ]. Lenza, K. MacDonald, R. Leavitt, B. LaForte, B. Leard, M. Taylor, D. Wyskiel, 
E. Larrabee. Second Row: G. Mackin, T. Mareno, G. Leate, D. Lyons, L. Keith, S. Lally, B. 
Lawler, M. Lombardi, W. Hinckley, R. Marcou. Third Row: C. Papia, L. Proia, G. MacClary, 
W. Madden, R. MacDonald, M. Lituri, J. Qualitz, C. Manero, G. Marcoux. 



S-216 




First Row: M. Furbush, M. Christofori, C. Gaudet, R. Rockey, S. Giacosanzio, R. Garber, D. Yeo, 
D. Webb, J. Darling. Second Row: R. Furbush, K. Gill, A. Grasso, C. Goldstein, S. Gorgone, 
F. Foote, N. Gledhill, J. Devlin, C. Fuller, G. Gero. Third Row: M. Harvey, A. Lawson, G. 
Freedman, T. Handrahan, D. Gage, M. Jensen, G Fiedler, D. King, J. Graceffa, R. Larcome, R. 
Frechette. 



181 



S-217 




First Row: M. O'Connell, S. Peter's, P. Poirier, N. Peters, E. O'Neill, C. Phelon, M. Vitale, F. 

Papia. Second Row: R. Romanisci, B. Peluso, S. Pass, K. Pintabone, D. Njus, P. O'Brien, C. 

O'Brien, E. O'Reilly, M. O'Neill, D. Tierney. Third Row: D. Terrassi, B. Shadrawy, B. Rosen, R. 
Ponte, R. Priest, S. Ramberg, D. Ramey. 



S-218 




First Row: B. Lewis, M. Maloney, B. Manzelli, J. Marzano, F. Mitchell, C. Mahoney, L. McLennen, 
P. Lawerence. Second Row: D. Mahoney, B. Tushin, D. "MacMillan, M. Cutting, J. McDonald, 
J. Truell, J. Mahoney. Third Row: D. Martin, B. McMahon, K. Murphy, W. McQuiggan, J. Me- 
serve, H. Masterman, D. Recine, R. McDonnell, A. Namias. 



182 



S-312 




First Row: B. Leonard, E. Messia, E. Lyons, Mr. DeSimone, D. Picard, A. Argiro, D. Smith. Second 
Row: J. Ferrazzani, P. Kelley, J. McGovern, C. Cerricola, C. Ryan. 



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W-02 




First Row: K. Aykanian, L. Antico, E. Arsenault, C. Arsenault, M. Alesse, M. Casey, P. Ansara, 
B. Aucoin. Second Row: L. Aubie, G. Aborn, L. Aucoin, M. Andrews, S. Arsenault, L. Arsenault. 
Third Row: R. Aucoin, R. Abramo, F. Archdeacon, S. Arnold. 



W-03 




First Row: N. Block, J. Block, A. Buonomo, P. Baia, M. Blanchet, J. Buckley, M. Bassing, L. 
Bartleman. Second Row: R. Barnard, S. Burke, C. Barnes, C. Busa, P. Bourque, C. Arizmendi, D. 
Babb, M. Burke, R. Cox. Third Row: H. Bardsley, R. Barber, C. Baker, E. Bastarache, G. Blanchard, 
T. Bannon, J. Barry. 



185 




W-04 




First Row: L. Bouchard, L. Bearudert, H. Beck, M. Beck, C. Bella, B. Boucher, D. Bergin, J. 
Beran, R. Beal. Second Row: R. Belida, A. Bonica, M. Berberian, E. Belliveau, R. Bezodiebie, W. 
Berry, R. Bowen. Third Row: J. Bonica, H. Bernstein, K. Burley, D. Bentley, R. Burckes. 



W-06 




First Row: R. Brennan, K. Brandt, C. Boyd, C. Borelli, P. Castellano, T. Brasell, B. Bradley, 
C. Brown, F. Casella. Second Row: P. Casavant, S. Boynton, D. Castellano, C. Brophy, C. Biondo, 
A. Casella, T. Bibbo, D. Calson. Third Row: J. Casella, W. Brasco, F. Boss-— ^n, J. Cacciatore, 
R. Boisseau, F. Browne, W. Birchlee, S. Boyd. 



186 



W-07 




First Row: C. Cardillo, K. Caragulian, C. Cappadona, L. Campobasso, S. Casey, M. Caruso, D. 
Carty. Second Row: R. Caney, J. Cappadona, R. Cannistraro, S. Caruso, B. Benson, S. Cardillo, 
W. Cavanaugh, J. Cameron, J. Caruso. 



W-08 




First Row: N. Cunningham, M. Catler, D. Cericola, L. Coburn, K. Clifford, A. Collette, R. 
Carpentino, M. Cericola. Second Row: R. Clark, W. Goran, J. Carney, K. Carroll, S. Colangelo, 
J. Colantropo, D. Clark, M. Carey. Third Row: M. Cusano, R. Coleman, P. Cedroni, M. Cuerdon, 
K. Coleman, P. Collura. 



187 



W-09 




First Row: D. Connolly, M. Connolly, J. Chaisson, H. . Chartier, L. Cox, G. Chambers, K. Cham- 
pagne, B. Constantine, L. Cormier. Second Row: D. Champagne, A. Chase, L. Chase, M. Chagnon, 
J. Chapman, P. Coye, D. Coxall, L. Chamberlain. Third Row: L. Coreia, R. Cook, D. Coughlan. 



W-101 



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First Row: D. DeStasio, M. Devoe, M. Cormier, L. Cybulski, J. Ciavardone, D. Demarco, A. Chi- 
henden, D. Daly, S. Davidson. Second Row: P. DeVincent, M. Cincotta, D. Demarco, H. David, 
D. Delano, P. Dupuis, D. Chiasson, H. Davis, J. Desrosiers, A. Dahl, P. DeLosa, R. Delaney. 
Third Row: P. Chiasson, R. Chiasson, R. Collins, R. Denault, J. Dukat, D. Daddario, W. Cronan, 
A. Chernosky, D. Caramanca, Y. Chin. 



188 



W-103 







First Row: P. Fougere, L. Dominas, L. Fletcher, B. Famosi, C. Doucette, I. Doucette, B. Everett. 
Second Row: J. Flanders, W. Edmonds, S. Efkind, N. Elfar, K. Driscoll, G. Dinsmore, B. Dehas, 
W. Ducey, R. Erickson, D. Doyle, E. Enaglehart, M. Doucet. Third Row: A. Doucet, M. DeProfio, 
M. DiTommaso, D. Farnsworth, S. Defino, T. Doyle, F. Boorakian, M. Fagan, M. Dozois, R. 
DeVincent, A. DeWolfe. 



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F/Vj/ .Row; D. Frizzell, W. Furne, D. Foster, R. Gaudet, J. Gallagher. Second Row: T. Fitzpatrick, 
P. Flynn, R. Gaudette, R. Fuller, J. Furbush, S. Flynn, D. Ferro. Third Row: C. French, N. 
Flynn, S. Foley, E. Avery, P. Frese, S. Ferraro, C. Foley. 



189 



W-105 




First Row: M. Georgianni, J. Gilbert, S. Grenier, J. Giordina, M. Gagnon, A. Gero, L. Gillespie. 
Second Row: R. Howard, C. Gauvin, P. Gordon, J. Griffin, A. Gauvin, G. Grenier, V. Giungno, R. 
Gray, R. Abbott, E. Grant, D. Goyette. Third Row: W. Grimes, W. Gullotti, P. Garber, J. Genova, 
W. Grimes, F. Gracia, P. Grueter, R. Gullotti, A. Goldman, R. Grillo. 



W-107 



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First Row: J. Kneeland, R. Kilgore, D. Kaufman, J. Herchfeld, G. Kyte, R. Lincoln, C. LaCrosse, 
B. Iagulli, H. Johnson. Second Row: M. Johansen, C. Johnson, J. Kelley, M. Joyal, R. Porter, P. 
Joliat, W. Jackson, S. Jois, F. Gates. Third Row: P. Juliano, R. Kelley, S. LaCroix, R. Jones, E. 
Joyal, E. Kinchla, R. Keirstead, L. Karamas, D. Kingsbury, D. Ingersoll. 



190 



W-108 




First Row: M. Hurley, S. Haines, A. Hinsman, E. Hennessey, J. Howard, M. Hansberry, O. Hebert, 
E. Halloran, S. Hall. Second Row: G. Hollman, A. Hemmerlin, W. Huber, T. Hitch, J. Hogland, 
W. Hill, S. Herrick, K. Hull, W. Huber, R. Hagopian. 



W-109 




First Row: M. Landragan, J. LeMay, S. Landry, R. LeBlanc, C. LeBreton, S. Lovequist, P. Leydon, 
M. Lynch, M. LeBlanc. Second Row: J. Learned, S. Lovejoy, F. Leary, E. LaMarca, N. Boucher, 
C. Lazaro, P. Lamport, P. Leger, J. Lazaro, G. Larson, T. Lombardi. Third Row: N. LeShane, D. 
Lahaise, J. LeFort, K. Gallagher, W. Lyons, W. LeFort, J. Lambros, H. Loeser, M. Lenza, D. 
Lowell, P. Leonard. 



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W-110 




First Row: C. Martarilli, M. Masterson, C. Jeskoski, L. Mason, C. MacKay, S. Martin, H. Malley, 
L. McAndrews. Second Row: E. Lennell, D. MacLure, D. Maselli, N. Marqus, H. Maillet, S. 
Maclvor, L. MacDonald, T. Marshall, B. Marsh, S. MacKusick, C. Malloy, L. Marrano. Third Row: 
P. Manzon, M. Martin, S. Mahoney, R. MacNeil. 



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First Row: K. McClusky, D. Muir, C. McElroy, E. McCarthy, E. McCarthy, J. Murphy, N. McGuire, 
D. Mullen. Second Row: A. McGovem, C. McAuliffe, B. Murry, K. McHugh, M. McGann, 
M. McCarthy, B. Murphy, E. Mclsner, N. McCabe, D. McCollough, M. McGuire, S. Mclver. Third 
Row: R. McGovern, R. McKenzie, F. McCue, G. MacDonald, F. McAvoy, D. MacNamara, G. 
MacDonald, M. Murphy, J. Mullaney, R. Murphy. 



192 



W-112 




First Row: S. Merrill, J. Miele, J. Morrison, D. Mercurio, C. Mermelstein, B. Nason, E. Messina, 
M. Naughton. Second Row: R. Nardone, A. Medeiros, E. Moran, N. Myers, P. Montagna, G. 
Murchie, M. Napoli, J. Melanson, S. Moy. Third Row: K. Moores, L. Mesite, F. McGuire, C. 
Morreale, S. Nagle, B. Morrison, R. Miller, P. Montgomery, R. Milioto, D. Navien. 



W-201 




First Row: L. Palerno, D. Orifice, K. O'Toole, C. Pavone. M. O'Malley, C. Owens, P. Palmer, 

L. Nowlan. Second Row: J. O'Mara, W. Nolan, D. Nix, J. Newis, M. O'Brien, J. Nedza, R. 

Palumbo, T. Norton, P. O'Connell. Third Row: D. O'Brien, R. O'Brien, D. Noke, D. Nevard, 
R. Vezina, R. Orifice. 



193 



W-203 




First Row: P. Pomeroy, I. Patterson, K. Perperas, D. Page, J. Pagliazzo, S. Perna, J. Parvenik, P. 
Page, C. Paquette. Second Row: J. Pheeney, S. Priest, M. Powers, D. Porter, M. Parkinson, S. 
Plamondon, R. Perilli, D. Poirier, P. Pratt. Third Row: R. Phillips, G. Pintabone, R. Priesti, C. 
Proctor, D. Pierce, J. Perkins, P. Pilicy, S. Proia, E. Papa, A. Parrella. 



W-205 




First Row: M. Stockwell, D. Rigoli, B. Sarno, J. Sloet, D. Sabetti, M. Salamone, D. Scafidi, E. 
Rhodes. Second Row: M. Stone, E. Santangelo, E. Sauve, P. Salamin, K. Ryan, J. Young, R. Sarno, 
D. Stevens. Third Row: G. Scalese, W. Salpietro, F. Rigoli, K. Reed, R. Rivers, R. Rockey, N. 
Richard, P. Stempson, M. Tomao, N. Rhodes. 



194 



W-206 




First Row: A. Silva, M. Scheie,?, I. Schlager, J. Suter, E. Smith, J. Sinclair, S. Swanson, K. Schopen, 
E. Seidman. Second Row: J. Susi, F. Scalia, R. Sellers, R. Sokes, J. Smith, D. Smith, R. Sumner, F. 
Strazzulo. Third Row: W. Sweet, M. Strum, D. Smith, R. Smith, H. Sneider, P. Sharkey, L. Shelly, 
N. Scioli. 



W-207 




First Row: E. Toohil, K. Toy, J. Testa, J. Testa, C. Sinclair, E. Thidemann, P. Vallely, H. Theos. 
Second Row: T. Tierney, K. Vasselin, P. Teni, J. Trombley, S. Sinclair, E. Sinclair, P. Tabor, C. 
Thambash, C. Thompson, P. Trombley, J. Sinerate. Third Row: J. Theriault, D. Thibodeau, L. 
Vanaria, R. Troubridge, J. Ingersol, A. Cimino, G. Richard, J. Gallagher, F. Tortolano, T. Taylor, 
E. Tarullo. 



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W-209 




First Row: K. Vail, M. Wellington, E. Wolfe, J. Yurkus, B. Zukatynski, B. Walsh, G. Verys, G. 
Whalen, C. Wadman. Second Row: N. Willard, C. Walker, H. Vanassee, R. Warren, M. Warren, 
D. Walsh, D. Weidenfield, R. Wheeler, G. Famosi, P. Wall. Third Row: J. Vivierois, R. Walker, 
D. White, J. Yurkus, B. Wheeler, B. Wilkes, D. Priest, G. Walsh, D. Viscone. 



W-211 




First Row: L. Rollo, L. Raines, N. Rando, M. Russo, G. Resnikoff, J. Russo, L. Quakers, C. 
Rafferty, M. Rochon. Second Row: B. Rochon, R. Rayne, M. Russo, C. Radosta, L. Ramberg, G. 
Priest, P. Ross, F. Yorsten, A. Reynolds, V. Zweig, K. Rockey. Third Row: G. Russo, A. Robinson, 
C. Ruggles, D. Ravalli, M. Rogers, P. Zukatynski, B. Rochatka, D. Rundlett, J. Rodrigues. 



196 



Acknowledgements 



In making a publication such as the 1965 Mirror, the amount of help and 
guidance given to the staff by their advisors can never be known. Lack of space 
and words prevent us from giving full thanks to our advisors, Mr. Irvin Duclos 
and Mr. Thomas Neylon. 

We should like to thank also Mr. Paul Shea for his talented advice without 
which we would not have such a high caliber of art work. 

Not mentioned previously, but fully responsible for a large section of the 
Mirror, are the artistic talents of Armand Casale and Steve Herrick and the 
photographic ability of Tim Reed. 

We wish to acknowledge the assistance given to us by Mrs. Poison at the 
Governor Gore Estate. 

For her many courtesies (and master sheets) we would like to thank Mrs. 
Hughes. 

We would like to acknowledge the time and assistance given to us by our 
official photographer, Russo Studio. 

A book of this proportion cannot be assembled without the aid and coopera- 
tion of the administration and faculty. We would like especially to thank our 
principal, Mr. Gallagher, our assistant principal, Mr. May, and our house- 
master, Mr. Belliveau. 

-THE EDITORS— 




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Friends of 



Peter Angelo, M.D. 

Joseph F. Arico, M.D. 

Peter Beer, M.D. 

Edward T. Bigham, Jr., Atty. 

A. P. Bloomenthal, M.D. 

Warren R. Bolton, Atty. 

Douglas E. Butman, M.D. 

Donald I. Campbell, M.D. 

Earle F. Campbell, D.M.D. 

Joseph J. Caravaglio, M.D. 

Lynn D. Chaffee, M.D. 

Felix E. Cincotta, Atty. 

Samuel A. Cohn, M.D. 

Thomas A. Crapo, Chiropodist 

Sami A. Daoud, M.D. 

James D. Eplett, M.D. 

Foster & Foster, Attys. 

Murray Freedman, Podiatrist 

Leslie C. Frew, M.D. 

Thomas J. Giblin, Jr., M.D. 

Edwin W. Guiney, M.D. 

Harnish, Mansfield, Marsh & McDonald, Attys. 

Robert J. Herm, M.D. 

Joseph A. Holmes, M.D. 

Martin J. Keaveney, C.P.A. 

Hector Marin, M.D. 



Waltham High 



Donald McCaughan, M.D. 

Dr. Arthur E. McGrady 

George B. McManama, M.D. 

John C. McManama, M.D. 

Joseph F. Merola, M.D. 

John L. Morrison, M.D. 

Gerhard J. Newerla, M.D. 

Raymond Paster, Optometrist 

Harold B. Reilly, D.M.D. 

John J. Ryan, M.D. 

Robert M. Sainajo, D.M.D. 

Nicholas J. Semenza, M.D. 

James V. Smith, Atty. 

Twinbrook Surgical Associates 

Anthony A. Vanaria, D.M.D. 

Waltham Anaesthesia Associates 

Webb, Webb, & Martin, Attys. 

M. David Weiner, Optometrist 

Thomas P. White, M.D. 

Clinton L. Wilson, Jr., Optometrist 

Harry I. Zeltzer, Optometrist 

B. P. O. E., Lodge #953 

I. O. O. F., Prospect Lodge #35 

Loyal Order of Moose, #1018 

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Waltham Post #2152 

Waltham International Association of Machinists, Lodge #1836 



GUARANTY TRUST 




COMPANY 






600 Main St. 






Waltham 






Mass. 




424 Trapelo Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 


846 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-2100 


69 E. Central St 
Naticlc, Mass. 



B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 

131 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 



PERRINE BATTERY 
CORPORATION 



Waltham 



Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 

692 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. TWinbrook 3-4808 



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Homeroom W-204 — Miss Daily 




Maria Elaina Baia 
Pauline Beaver 
Margaret Belliveau 
Paul Bolles 
Mary Ellen Bradley 
Judith Brady 
Patricia Brown 
Deborah Butler 
Sarina Cannistraro 
Catherine Cardillo 
Suzanne Chagnon 
Ethel Cobb 
Charlene Cocchiara 
James Ferrante 
Robert Fitzgerald 
Paula Fitzpatrick 



Martha Waickwicz 



James Flaherty 
Edmund Gilli 
William Gregoricus 
Francis Grueter 
John Hammond 
David Hart 
Carmine Juliano 
Robert Kampe 
Thomas Keenan 
Ida Lanrii 
Donald LeBlanc 
Robert LeBlanc 
Peter Place 
Dennis Mobilia 
Joyce Roberts 
Barbara Vigue 



201 



Compliments of 



V. OLIVO & SONS, INC. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



107 Central Street 



Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



BITUMINOUS CONCRETE ROADS DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS 



202 



Waltham Students! 

Start out right by buying 

your insurance at 

W. H. THOMPSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

506 Main St., Waltham 

TW 4-1214 

We Can Insure Your Automobiles 



KIRKLAND 
INSTRUMENT CO. 

180 Bear Hill Road 



Waltham 54 




Massachusetts 



Telephone TWinbrook 4-2228 

Designers and Mfgrs. 
of Custom Instruments 



Compliments 
of 

ABBOTT MOTORS, INC. 

(Your Waltham Ford Dealer) 

109 Linden St. 
Waltham 

TW 4-1106 

GALAXIES— THUNDERBIRDS— FAIRLANES 
FALCONS— TRUCKS 



MENDELSOHN'S 

469 Moody St. 
Waltham 



203 



Homeroom S-306 — Mrs. Spielmann 




Alfred Birchler 
Mary Chaisson 
James Close 
Bonnie Cohn 
Gail Conti 
Barbara Corliss 
Vincent Dagostino 
Karen Delf ino 
Jean Digregorio 
Patricia Donnelly 
Harmon Dunbar 
Walter Eaton 
John Edmunds 
Norman Elliot 
Sal Falzone 
Laurence Fraize 
Roy Frost 



Robert Gangi 
Allen Gaudet 
Edward Gaudette 
Thomas Gemelli 
David Glidden 
Paul Groppi 
Norman Hart 
Gregory Hentzi 
William Hill 
Sandra Lund 
David Mahoney 
Helena Murphy 
Joseph Polimer 
Marilyn Sampson 
Betty Siano 
Caren Smelledge 
Donna Weaver 



204 



WALTHAM DISTRICT 

NURSING 

ASSOCIATION 

48 Woerd Avenue 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWINBROOK 4-0650 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1965 

IRWIN'S 
FURNITURE 

877 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWINBROOK 3-8575 

• 

"We Give S&H Green Stamps" 


Compliments 
of 

PROFESSIONAL 

Pharmacy 

831 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWINBROOK 9-2300 


Compliments 
of 

THE SHERIDAN COMPANY 

235 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 9-1250 


LEAR-SIEGLER, INC. 

POWER EQUIPMENT DIVISION 

235 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-0570 



205 



Homeroom S-02 — Miss Tabor 




Patricia Campbell 
Alban Cormier 
Frances Dunn 
Robert Duprez 
Dorothy Elwell 
Ellen Farrell 
Sheila Fitzpatrick 
Phyllis Giungo 
Judy Goode 
Susan Hines 
David Hoffses 
Dale Iodice 
MaryAnn Janoni 
Judy Judkins 
Gregory Kann 
Mary Ellen Keohane 
Paul Kneeland 



Daniel Krol 
Albert Lewis 
Brian Madden 
John McAuliffe 
James McDonnell 
Henry Palumbo 
Ronald Parello 
Paul Patenaude 
Alfred Priest 
Ronald Pelletier 
David Prior 
Georgianna Puchi 
Timothy Reed 
Roy Rivers 
Karen Scafidi 
Judie Young 
Judy Zaccagnini 



206 



HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Manufacturers and Distributors 
of Aluminum Building Products 



Compliments of 

COLEMAN AND SONS, REALTORS 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbroolc 3-3797 



ERICKSON'S — FLORIST 

511 Moody St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-5472 



ROBERT 
SRICMD 

BOSTON 




ROBERT & RICHARD 
HAIR STYLISTS 

COIFFEURS WITH A CONTINENTAL LOOK 
COLOR CORJtCCTION WORK 

BLEACHING • SILVER BLOWING • TIPPING 
Walk In Service 

FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 



n. 



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■■ §ii 



891 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM 



Open Till 10:00 P.M. Daily 
Tues. & Sat. Till 6:00 P.M. 



893-9677 




m (Wr- 




Compliments of 

LUNDEY 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Winslow H. French— 1914 
Edward T. Englund— 1926 
Evelyn Griff Forbes— 1935 

Frank J. Mooney — 1926 
Frank J. Mooney 111—1953 



"TAYTER'S" POTATO CHIPS 

118 Calvary Street 
Waltham 



Best Wishes 

THE GIANT STORE 

1370 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Best Wishes 
Homeroom S-217 



Compliments 

of 

Homeroom S-218 



207 




sT ft* ^ 



It's Smarter to Charter 

For All Occasions 
Call Waltham 

TW 3-7330 

MIDDLESEX & BOSTON 
STREET RAILWAY CO. 

1020 Main St., Waltham 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 

1910— Our 55th Year — 



1965 



LOPEZ TRUCKING, INC 



131 Linden Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

Tel.: TWinbrook 3-7900 



Port Newark 

New Jersey 

Tel.: Mltchel 3-8021 



"Always 

at Your 

S* 1 1 
ervice 




Compliments 
of 

EMBASSY 
THEATER 



Compliments 
of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 



208 



Homeroom S-05 — Mrs. Willett 




Elaine Adrian 
Helen Agrillo 
Linda Arsenault 
Maureen Auld 
Martha Bancroft 
June Bardsley 
Jane Barnes 
Frank Chiasson 
Margaret Clancy 
Janice Garland 
Mary Hansberry 
William Herrick 
Donald Holl 
Michael Hurley 
Richard Hoyt 
Warren Illsley 
Leonard Isaacson 
Drew Jackson 
William Judkins 



Stephen Kennedy 
Larry Kessler 
William Kilgore 
Ethan Kra 
John Krol 
Richard Lentini 
Richard Melanson 
Robert Novel lo 
Phyllis Orifice 
Judith Schiffbauer 
John Simson 
George Swartz 
Susan Vander Wyk 
Rosarie Vasile 
Linda Vautour 
Alan Waugh 
Linda Welch 
Janet Wencis 
Barbara Zilinskas 



209 




Compliments 
of 

PARAMOUNT THEATRE 

NEWTON CORNER 
NEWTON, MASS. 


H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC. 

344 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Telephone 
TW 4-2880 


Compliments of 

McKENZIE 
TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

194 Moody St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-8800 


TOM LYONS 

Distributor 

Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 614 Moody St. 

TW 4-4900 TW 4-5550 

BUDGET TERMS 


Compliments 
of 

RINEHART FUNCTIONAL 
HANDWRITING SYSTEM 

764 Main Street 
Waltham 
893-6078 


TWINBROOK STATIONERS 

9 Moody Street 
Waltham 

899-8840 


GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 

For Men and Boys 
Tel. TW 3-1088 331 Moody Street 



210 



Homeroom S-03 — Miss Thornton 




Charles Allia 
Stephen Bauckman 
Patricia DeSaulniers 
James Francis 
Anthony Gullotti 
Lynn Kempt 
Anne Lamont 
Janice Landry 
Shirley LeBlanc 
Patricia Lewis 
Penny Lydon 
Marsha MacDonald 
Kenneth Main 
Marsha McNamara 
Ruth McPhee 
Maureen Mitchell 



Sandra Mitchell 



Diane Noe 
Vernon Porter 
Guy Randall 
RoberJ Reardon 
Richard Renna 
Robert Rizzo 
Arlene Rubin 
John Shirley 
Peter Straggas 
George Swift 
Kathlene Taylor 
Charles Tirone 
Richard Tocci 
Frank Vaglica 
Susan Whelan 
Martha Wilson 



211 



THE WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
BOOSTER'S CLUB 



"To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at 
Waltham High School" 



CONGRATULATES 
THE CLASS OF 1965 



an< 



Extends a cordial invitation to all to join with the BOOSTERS 
in encouraging and rewarding scholar-athletics at Waltham 
High School. 



LAWRENCE T. MAY 
President 



JOSEPH F. ARICO, M.D. 
Vice-President 



DAVID L MITCHELL 
Treasurer 



THOMAS W. TAYLOR 
Secretary 



P.O. Box 461, Waltham, Mass. 



212 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SON 



Established 1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



213 



BEST WISHES 




from 




THE 




DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 


CLASS 




Homeroom S-113 — 


Mr. Hines 


Jeanne Abramo 


Mary Moran 


Linda Champagne 


Beverly Oliver 


Cheryl Christian 


Victor Ricciardi 


Alice Collins 


Janice Salamone 


Bernadette Falzone 


Donna Samways 


Patricia Foskin 


Nancy Sedote 


David Henry 


Carol Silva 


Kathleen Herlihy 


Betsey Welton 


Sandra Hornbeck 


Marcia Wheeler 


Jacqueline Howe 


Robert Chiassor 


Donna Kertinis 


Sandra Crane 


Anne Maillet 


John Hanlon 



214 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '65 

From the 

WALTHAM 
SUPER MARKET 

836 Main Street 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 

373 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-5143 

Complete Line of 
Clothing and Furnishing* 


RELIABLE LUMBER, INC. 

All Sorts of Lumber 
42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-7448 


FLORIST 

Telephone 225-229 High Street 
TWinbrook 4-6161 Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 

GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 

Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 



215 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1965 

MIKE O'NEIL 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 


Compliments 
of 

FARM BUREAU 
ASSOCIATION 

158 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3570 


Compliments of 

ACTRONICS. INC. 

166 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-7030 


Best Wishes From 

GEODYNE CORP. 

151 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2229 


JIM'S DONUTS 

971 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


BAY STATE FLORIST 
SUPPLY INC. 

285 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-1020 


128 TEN PIN 

473 Winter Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 4-1234 



216 



Homeroom S-01 — Mr. Collins 



-jv fTl f^ JM- ^ 




David Ahlman 
Judith Andrews 
Robert Barry 
Charles Belyea 
Richard Bentley 
James Berkman 
Kenneth Bishop 
William Blanchet 
Randi Bonica 
George Borden 
James Bowse 
Alan Brooks 
Peary Brown 
James Burke 
Charles Butler 
William Butman 
Neil Cane 
Douglas Erickson 
William Gollan 



Elizabeth Hemmerlin 
Sandra Hurley 
Jane Kelley 
Joseph Lincoln 
Faith Luder 
Mary Lea Mabie 
Pauline McGann 
Maureen McHugh 
Paula Miele 
Susan Mirabito 
Sharon Mogan 
Jean Nix 
Patricia Noble 
William O'Brien 
June O'Leary 
Teresa Olivo 
Brenda Smith 
Susan Sparks 
Donna Stitt 



217 



Homeroom S-308 — Mrs. Johnson 





John Baronian 
Barry Brennan 
Albert Caramanica 
Edwin Chernosky 
Patrick Farrell 
Ronald Hietsch 
Robert Kelly 
William Madden 
Frank Pilicy 
Ellen Fucci 
Joanne Fucci 
Janice Giampietro 
Marilyn Gilligan 



Patricia GiroJamo 
Marjory Green 

Sharon Halloran 

Sharon Haskell 

Beth Johnson 

Lynne Lazaro 

Diane LeBlanc 

Barbara Lickorai 

Dona Lyons 

Barbara Mannino 

Marianne Manzon 

Catherine Martin 

Patricia McConnel 



Lynda Osborn 



218 



Jil DEXTER DRUG CO. 
\|Ul^R/ prescription specialists 
^^^john p. dexter, reg. pharm. 

Cor. Main and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 


NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 


Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
Waltham 


LEVIN'S MILL END STORE 

22 Lexington Street 
TWinbroolc 3-7143 


Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

a Happy Future to the Members of the 

CLASS OF 1965 

LEO GALLITANO 


Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 

515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



219 



im 



BEAUTYVILLE 

380 Moody Street, Waltham 



PERMANENTS 
$7.95 




Include: <g, 

• Haircut • Shampoo 
• Creme Rinse • Hair Styling 

HAIR TINTING OUR SPECIALTY 

GET A NEW LEASE ON LIFE WITH A FRENCH FLUFF 
Wallc-ln-Service or Phone TW 3-9245 

\ OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO II P.M. $ 

I SATURDAYS UNTIL 6 P.M. J 



(Free Parking in Rear) 



Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1965 

From 

RANDOLPH & BALDWIN 
MACHINE WORKS, INC. 

100 Felton St. 
TW 4-2157 



Compliments 
of 

CAHILL, DELANEY & 

LAWSON 

ATTORNEYS 

267 Moody Street JW 3-2233 



DIAMONDS 



WATCHES 



BLANCHARD'S 
RESTAURANT 

641 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. TW 3-9649 



MARCOU JEWELERS 



3 Moody St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2220 



WENTWORTH 
FUNERAL HOME 

Waltham 54, Mass. 



HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY 



220 



Homeroom S-201 — Miss Telerico 




Marie Daly 
Carolyn Davidson 
Joyce Davis 
Frances Deary 
Linda DiGregorio 
Claire Dionisio 
Judith Dozois 
Elizabeth Dunkerly 
Dianne Faulkner 
Richard Fedele 
Mary Ann Ferraro 
Susan Flanders 
Linda King 
Claire Larosee 
James Leach 



Cynthia Skotland 



Henry LeBlanc 
Patricia Ann Lentini 
John Maguire 
James Medeiros 
Reed Miller 
Garry Montgomery 
Peter Mostowitz 
Frederic Mulholland 
Thomas Mullaney 
Arthur Nagle 
Lawrence Nicolai 
Joseph Nixon 
Linda Pilon 
Suzanne Poirier 
Thomas Seale 



221 



im 



Homeroom S-106 — Mrs, Dorin 




Donna Grass 
Wayne Henry 
Margaret Johnston 
Judith Montuori 
Holly Pederson 
Barbara Peterson 
Lois Pinkham 
Susan Poirier 
Dianne Porecca 
Sandra Potter 
Pamela Quirk 
Maureen Ravalli 
Bonnie Reasor 
Deborah Robinson 
Carol Rodes 
Katherine Sarro 



Karen Sawicki 
Andrea Scamman 
Carole Schaufus 
Mark Sherman 
Gordon Smith 
Richard Specter 
David Spicer 
John Toohil 
Gary Travis 
John Trombley 
Donald Ulin 
David Walsh 
William Webb 
John Whalen 
Wayne Whitford 
Scott Woodman 



222 



Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 
653 Main- Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

PERODEAU'S 
SERVICE STATION 



Compliments 
of 

MICHAEL B. CLANCY & SON 

II Bacon St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

RISEBERG'S 



286 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



"Your Teen Store in Waltham' 



COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE 




"iourtAM emu 






1 




Iitizens National Bank 

95 Moody St. 
Waltham 54, Mas*. 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



223 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
ENGRAVERS, INC. 

234 Calvary St. 
TW 4-4149 


Compliments 
of 

RUSSELL PHARMACY 

344 Newton St. 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 


FENTON G. KEYES 
ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 

ARCHITECT— ENGINEERS 

267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 


B&B MOTOR CO., INC. 

Sales OLDSMOBILE Service 
Waltham, Mass. 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 

Your School Savings Bank 

702 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 



224 



Homeroom S-203 — Mr. Collura 




Paul Connolly 
Phil Cotoni 
Andrew Crane 
Paul Crapo 
Richard Cybulski 
Tom Daly 
Joe Desisto 
Gerald DiCecca 
Robert Dion 
Edward Donle 
Richard Drechsler 
Richard Fegan 
Dennis Gill 
Sally Gilmore 
Marie Hines 
Jeanne Lane 
Susan Lawrence 
Sandra Legere 



David Maguire 



Nancy McLaughlin 
Robert Mobilia 
Mary O'Reilly 
Jeannette Palmer 
Donna Peirce 
Charlene Pierce 
Gwen Pugsley 
Priscilla Queen 
Cathy Quinn 
Irene Restieri 
Betty Sangeleer 

Marion Santolucito 
Mary SantaMaria 
Betty Scheinfeldt 
Linda Schooner 
Linda Shaw 
Bruce Yeamans 
Richard Yurkus 



225 



Homeroom S-205 — Mrs. Hadjiyannis 




Kathleen Connelly 
Lawrence Enos 
John Farina 
Edna Gaudet 
Joanne Giorgianni 
Elizabeth Giusti 
Judith Griffin 
Roberta Hawkins 
Dolores Juliano 
Jacqueline Keene 
Clare Kirley 
Kathleen Landry 
Ann Marie LeBlanc 
Carol McEnaney 
Janice McLaughlin 
Suzanne McManus 
Joyce O'Donnell 
Kathleen O'Reilly 



Cheryl Palmer 
Judith Rhoades 
Gregory Richardson 
Paul St. Armand 
Peter Santangelo 
Stephen Sarmanian 
Frank Sawin 
George Schiff 
Cynthia Small 
Robert Stevens 
Dexter Stone 
Thomas Streck 
Douglas Sullivan 
Patricia Texeira 
Donna Totagrande 
Daniel Webster 
Frederick Wilder 
Challis Wilson 



Donald Cox 



226 



Compliments of 

MIDDLESEX FAMILY 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

20 Lexington St. 


MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO., INC. 

131 Lexington Street Waltham, Massachusetts 
Telephone TWin brook 3-8400 

PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS 

FOR THE 

ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 Main St. 


Best Wishes 

From 
Room S-09 


Room S-010 


Room S-114 


Compliments 

of 
Room S-l 1 7 



227 



Compliments 
of 


Compliments 




of 


J. F. & F. 1. 




ROBINSON, 




INC. 


WALTHAM 




FEDERAL SAVINGS 




& 


All Forms 
of Insurance 


LOAN ASSOCIATION 




DOMENIC'S MARKET 




525 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 


Best Wishes 
to 


TW 4-1099 
FREE DELIVERY 


The Class of 1965 




1 llv VIU99 VI I 7W«# 

From 




Homeroom S-013 


THOMAS P. HOLLAND CLOTHING 




Formal Wear 




647 Main St. TW 3-0912 




IB 


Une Uux Shop 


PAGE BROS. COMPANY, INC. 




ION Main Street 


• complete line of Jien * Joxmal Weal 


Waltham, Mass. 


FOR RENTAL 


Fuel Oils Burner Service 




TW 3-7200 


FLOYD HAMILTON 230 California Street 
Res. Phone. Newton, Massachusetts 
TWinbrook 4-5122 Telephone LAsell 7-045? 





228 



Good Luck 
From 

W-06 



Congratulations 
From 

S-216 



Compliments 
of 

S-3II 



Room S-307 — Mr. Caso 




Paul Agrillo 
Richard Ala 
Wayne Alden 
Charles Allia 
Lawrence Altrich 
Richard Anderson 
Patricia DiTommaso 
Marilyn Dronseiko 



Joseph Facenda 
Edward Gandolfo 
Ronald Gudbrandsen 
Peter Hardy 
Diane Hargreaves 
Josephine Klarmann 
Ruth Lamport 
Marsha Lazaro 



Ernestine Leger 
Ellen Lomartire 
Marjorie Lombardi 
John Magazu 
Melvyn Marcou 
Edward May 
Douglas Morash 



Deborah Rose 
Laila Salo 
Wendy Slater 
Richard Stevens 
Sharon Sullivan 
Gale Sullivan 
William Wiley 



Compliments 
of 

W-104 



W-107 



Best Wishes 
From 

S-017 



229 



Homeroom S-04 — Miss Paquette 




Paula Bell 
Judy Brehm 
Doris Brooks 
Bonnie Brown 
Gloria Bry 
Barbara Carney 
Dorothy Carney 
Jill Carson 
Maureen Cathcart 
Donna Chakalis 
Christine Chavez 
Lois Christie 
James Cooney 
Judy Cusack 
Ann Cusano 
Claire Cusano 



Mary Dacey 
John Dally 
Kenneth Harris 
Linda Henebury 
Richard Leard 
Robert Learned 
Donald Lesuer 
Richard Macfarlane 
John Mahoney 
Sharon Maloof 
Peter Martocchio 
Edward McCarthy 
Walter McGuire 
Mike McHugh 
William Mclvor 
Walter Rochatka 



Cheryl Schools 



230 



TWinbrook 3-1345 
Blgelow 4-2489 



Justice of the Peace 
Notary Public 



john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. 

Insurance of Every Description 

and Bonds 

828 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass.. 



TWinbrook 4-1900 



^Burk 



MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 




P. E. BURKE 



1 1 3 Crescent Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



TYPEWRITERS 
SOLD— RENTED— REPAIRED 

PETER PAUL 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

CO., INC. 

II Pine St. Waltham 
TW 3-8920 



Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbrook 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 
KEVIN RITCEY 



To the June Graduates: 

Congratulations 

From All Your Friends 

at the 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Neighborhood Offices Serving 
NEWTON— WALTHAM— WAYLAND— WESTON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



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Homeroom S-202 — Mrs. McGurk 




Linda Aucoin 
Patricia Aucoin 
William Aucoin 
Flora Barilone 
Judy Bartleman 
Richard Bennett 
Anthony Bergantino 
Susan Berrio 
Jacquelyn Bishop 
Nancy Blasioli 
John Bonica 
Jeanne Bourgeois 
Catherine Bradbury 
Lorraine Cafarella 
Joyce Calabufalo 
Ann Capoccia 
Lorraine Castellano 



Richard Chartrand 
Frederick Ciaramaglia 
Robert Connors 

Paul Daley 
John Davis 
Raylene Delaire 
Anthony DeLosa 
Ronald DeMello 
Renae Gallagher 
Susan Green 
Elizabeth Mega 
Elaine Nedza 
Carol Patterson 
Arthur Peterson 
Carson Skinner 
Petter Steen 
Donna Wilson 



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Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Looh over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone Company . . . New England's largest 
employer. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon . . . 
before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell 
you when and where to apply. 




New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 




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THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 




IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 



232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



BYRON'S 
CLOTHING STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

348-386 Moody St. 

TW 3-7053 



TWinbrook 4-4100 

WALTHAM 
MODEL WORKS, INC. 

Instruments for 

Science and Industry 

Experimental and General 

Machine Work 

CHARLES W. SHERMAN 

238 Calvary Street 
W«ltham, Mass. 



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Homeroom S-207 — Mrs. Kellerman 




David Burke 
Thomas Campbell 
George Carmel 
Joseph Castellana 
Craig Champion 
Warren Chase 
Donald Clarke 
George Dangelmayer 
Deanna Doucette 
Fred Faulkner 
Robert Fine 
Peter Flynn 
Patricia Foley 
Thomas McCue 
Jane O'Brien 
Kathleen O'Brien 



Carol Silvio 
Caroline Soberg 
Anita Stewart 
Eloise Swan 
Barbara Thomas 
Patricia Veno 
Linda Vienneau 
Joanne Vinci 
Kenneth VonThaden 
Kathleen Walsh 
Shirley Walsh 
Jane Weatherbee 
Anne Weiner 
Joan Whalen 
Pamela Whalen 
Mary Anne Zammuto 



235 




Best Wishes 
From 

WALTHAM 
MOTOR CO. 

1055 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3600 

Pontiac — Cadillac — Tempest 
Sales Service 


Compliments 
of 

ANDERSON FLORIST 

196 Moody St. 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 4-1843 


Best Wishes 

to the Class of 

1965 

KING INSTRUMENT CORP. 

23 Fox Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-5110 


SULLIVAN AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE CORP. 

1017 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-7336 


JET- VAC 
CORP. 

73 Pond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-6800 


SCOTT'S 

Sport and Camp Shop 

463 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



236 



W. J. DONLAN 

CONTRACTING 

CO., INC. 

93 Pond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TWINBROOK 4-0769 


Compliments 
of 

BANNER GLASS CORP. 

805 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


JO-ANNE 
BEAUTY STUDIO 

234 High Street 
TW 4-6656 


ANDERSON FLORIST 

196 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-1843 


A FRIEND 


Compliments of 

WAL-LEX 
RECREATION 

60 Bowling Alleys 

Largest Roller Skating Rink 
In New England 

Most Picturesque Golfland 

Lexington Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


C. R. SWANEY CO., INC. 

196 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1965 


ALLSTATE INSURANCE CO. 

RICHARD H. YOUNG 

76 Brewster Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TEL. 899-1136 



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RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



21 Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



238 



Compliments 
of 

MacNEILL ENGINEERING 
CO., INC. 

MACHINISTS 

225 Riverview Avenue 
Waltham, Massachusetts 
TELEPHONE TW 3-5100 


CHANDLER LEASING 
CORPORATION 

69 Hickory Drive 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-4010 


WARRENDALE SHELL STATION 

65 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-9335 


F. W. DERBEYSHIRE, INC. 

265 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2900 


NEWTON STREET 

Chevron Station 

105 Newton Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


MEL CLEANERS 


BRUCE PHARMACY 

32 Warren Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4224 


FRANK'S TEXACO SERVICE 
STATION 


Compliments of 

MR. AND MRS. ROY TAYLOR 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1965 



HEWLETT 



PACKARD M SANBORN 

mm division 



Manufacturers of Electronic Measurement 

Equipment for Medicine and Industry 

Route 128 in Waltham 



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SUBURBAN 



oc^i^U^^ 




SCHOOL 



FULL SECRETARIAL AND 
SHORT COURSES 

OPEN ALL YEAR, 
DAY AND EVENING 

STANDARDS — HIGHEST 

RATES — MODEST 

LOCATION — CONVENIENT 

FREE PARKING 



eeoeeoooe© 
ooooooooooo 

OOOOOOOOOftO 

oooeoooeee® 




TWinbrook 4-1245 
267 Moody Street, Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

"Where kind and competent teachers help you be- 
come a new person with new skills." 



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Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM COAL AND OIL 
CO., INC. 

691 MAIN STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 


FOLLOW YOUR CLASSMATES 
to 

EDWARDS JEWELRY COMPANY 

246 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

School Rings and School Jewelry 

Large Selection 

Tel.: TW 3-6652 


Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington St. 

Children's and Women's Clothing 
\ OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 


Open Wed. and Fri. Eves. TWinbrook 
Till 9:30 P.M. 3-7358 

CHEZ ELISE 
BRIDAL SALON, INC. 

Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 

683 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
(AT CENTRAL SQUARE) 


GENERAL PLUMBING SUPPLY 
OF WALTHAM 

104 Felton St. 


TWINBROOK PHARMACY, INC. 

JAMES WEINER, Ph.G. 
(formerly of Harvard Drug Co.) 

I025A Main St., Waltham 
(next to the new A & P Market) 

TW 9-8247 

Waltham's Latest Professional 
Drug Store 

Prompt Delivery Service 


B. J. POOLE 

We Buy and Sell Used Cars 

185 Prospect Street 
TWinbrook 3-3900 


TW 4-0240 RES. TW 4-0244 

SULLIVAN'S 


SHEER SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign A Design" 

182 High St. 
Waltham TW 4-4129 


GREETING CARDS • STATIONERY • TOYS 

GIFT WRAPS 

CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS 


J. F. SULLIVAN 

Cor. Main and Prospect Sts. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



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HOLIDAY INN 

Totten Pond Road at Rte. 128 
Restaurant Lounge 

Swimming Pool 

Reservations — 899-3000 
ARTHUR S. MEYERS, General Manager 



Monday, Tuesday From 11:30 to 12 Midnight Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 
Saturday 11:30 to I A.M. Sunday 12 Noon to Midnight 



Tel. 899-2183 
899-8189 

HENRY YEE, Mgr. 



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RESTAURANT 
■$fM3> ri Chinese and American Food 

ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT 

Cocktails — Liquors 




1074 Lexington Street 

Corner Trapelo Road 

Waltham 54, Mass. 



OFFICE TEL 899-8950 



HOME TEL. 899-2663 



DUCKO'S COFFEE AND SNACK BAR 

168 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

ADELCO DiGREGORIO, Prop. 



243 



Best Wishes 
From 

S-015 



Compliments 
of 

W-08 



Congratulations 
From 

W-103 



Room S-204 — Mr. Kline 




William Alper 
Richard Antonellis 
Donald Brophy 
Wendell Brownell 
Valerie Delorey 
Frederick Dowcett 
Robert Flinn 
James Harriman 
Sandra Keyes 



Maureen Kiburis 
Kathryn King 
Leith MacArthur 
Sandr.a Mahoney 
Lucia Maloney 
Jesse Marchal 
Helen Murphy 
Janice Murray 
Erlene Nangle 



Ann Naughton 
Nancy Oatt 
Cornelius O'Brien 
Mary O'Brien 
Patricia Park 
Barbara Phillips 
Steven Picone 
Susan Poison 
Patricia Quinlan 



Nancy Russell 
Robert Ryan 
Vera Semenza 
Roland Vanaria 
Alberto Velella 
Gerard Vitti 
Judith Wheeler 
Maureen Williams 
Joseph Zielinski 



Congratulations 
From 

SI 18 



Compliments 
of 

S-213 



Good Luck 
From 

VV-03 



244 



Compliments 


Compliments 
of 


of the 


THE FUTURE 




NURSES OF AMERICA 


BRANDEIS COOP 


• 




ROBERT E. NIMS Caterer 


572 South St. 


"Good Food Served Right" 


Waltham, Mass. 
TW 9-2214 


HILLCREST HALL 




DAkirtncTC 20 Fox Road 
BANOUETS Waltham, Mass. 
WEDDINGS TW 4-2282 
RECEPTIONS TW 4-2646 




J. 


AKILLIAN INC. 




G. 




REAL ESTATE 


Compliments 
of 








XgS§v JOHN G. AKILLIAN 
ifa^ jla Realtor 

I4"^^]a 6M Trapelo Road 
^s^s^fiy Waltham, Massachusetts 
VgfiasJX TWinbrook 4-6650 


THE 
FOOTBALL- 
BASKETBALL 




CHEERLEADERS 


Compliments 
of 


Captain-^JUDY DOZOIS 


PETER J. CONNOLLY 

Painting Contractor 


Jane Tyman Lynda Osborn 
Cindy Small Carol Baumann 
Carole Schaufus Judi Cain 
MaryEllen Keohane Doris Brooks 
Corrine Brown Nancy Glendhill 

Pauline Beaver 


CARDARELLI CONSTRUCTION CO. 

143 Chaffee Ave. 


TW 4-4414 





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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS of 1005 

(and especially to those 
who will till these shoes) 

These are the seven league boots of 
science and engineering. Difficult to fill, 
yet with them, you can take giant steps 
across the frontiers of space and scientific 
discovery. Raytheon stocks a wide range 
of sizes. When ready, we invite you to 
contact us for a fitting. 




RAYTHEON 




247 



Compliments 
of 



MAIN STREET 

AUTO SALES & 

SERVICE, INC. 



1036 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



893-9724 893-2260 



248 



Homerooms 
S-208 and S-209 



Mr. Lutsk 
Mrs. Lamb 




Donna Cameron 
Marion Composto 
Donna Conchiglia 
Kathleen Conti 
Patricia Cooke 
Janice Cormier 
Janet Cosgrove 
George Carlson 
Kenneth Clasby 
Jacqueline Doyle 
Eleanor Fiorillo 
Karyn Forbes 
Mary Fougere 
Barbara Furne 



Jane Tyman 



Anna LeBlanc 
Roderick LeFort 
Donovan Lester 
Robert MacCausland 
Dee Malloch 
Leo Martin 
Charles McCullough 
Patrick McDaniel 
Robert Millett 
Robert Murphy 
Anthony Navarro 
William OMara 
Richard Pagliazzo 
Rodney Ravesi 



249 




1 SPRUCE ST., WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



"Great men are they 
who see that spiritual 
is stronger than any 

material force; that 
thoughts rule the world". 



Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Progress of Culture,' 

Phi Beta Kappa Address 




SERVING INDUSTRY WITH FINE JEWELS SINCE 1913 



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250 



AMICI LATINI 

Crescat Scientia Vita Excolatur 

President BARBARA FURNE 
Vice-President MARY HANSBERRY 
Secretary WENDY SLATER 
Treasurer PATRICIA GIRALAMO 


Compliments 
of the 

F. T. A. 

Future Teachers of America 


WEST END HARDWARE CO. 

901 Main St. 
TW 3-0296 


WALTHAM 
PHARMACY 

757 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-7980 


ROY JOHNSTON 

929 Main St. 
TW 3-4975 


TRAPELO ESSO 
SERVICENTER 

1455 Trapelo Road 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-9874 


R. A. HERSOM 
INS. AGENCY 

Guaranty Trust Building 
600 Main St. 

TW 4-3100 



251 





One-Stop 


ADCOLE 
CORPORATION 

330 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


Showcase of Value 

Chevrolets 

Chevy II 

Corvairs 

Corvette 




Chevelle 




on display at 


HARRY A. STARR FUEL CO. 

692 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-0884 


BILL MITCHELL'S 

WEST END 

CHEVROLET 

110 South Street 
Waltham 


Compliments 
of 


PLAZA BARBER SHOP 


TW 4-9000 




Compliments of 


BANKS SQUARE SHELL 

MEL MEZZONE, Prop. 
962 Main St. (Banks Square) 


ROBERT KENNEDY 

Prescription Optician 
TWinbrook 3-7356 Waltham 


SURPLUS MACHINERY CO., INC. 

100 Felton Street 


TWinbrook 3-9405 


TW 4-5742 


FREE PICK-UP AND 




DELIVERY 


DURRELL 




ELECTRONICS, INC. 


Tune-Ups With Dyna-Vision 
REPAIRS 


922 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW 3-7020 



252 



Compliments 
of 

PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 

3 1 6' Summer St. 
BOSTON 10, MASS. 

Caps - Gowns - Hoods 


Compliments 
of 

GUTHRIE LUMBER COMPANY 


Compliments 
of the 

WAL-LEX MERCHANTS 
ASSOCIATION 

WAL-LEX CAR WASH 
WAL-LEX CLEANERS 
WAL-LEX HARDWARE 
DEFINO'S CLOTHING STORE 
WAL-LEX SHOE STORE 
MR. CHARLES MEN'S SHOP 
LAUREL GIFT SHOP 
NEW ENGLAND STORES 
BATES PHARMACY 
FLYNN T. V. 
GUARANTY TRUST 
STOP & SHOP 
WAL-LEX BARBER SHOP 

Wal-Lex Plaza 

Lexington St. Waltham 


CORRADO'S 

Specializing in Submarine 
Sandwiches and Cold Cuts 

912 Main Street, Waltham 
Next to First National Store 



253 





Compliments of 




CENTRAL SQUARE TAXI 




25 Elm St. 


Compliments 
of 


TW 4-2000 TW 3-2000 






FLAHERTY OIL COMPANY 




43 Beechwood Road 




Waltham, Mass. 


ELECTRO CONTRACTING 
& SERVICE CORP. 


TW 4-2178 


TOWN LINE 
WINE SHOPPE 




69 Waltham St. 
Newton, Mass. 




332-9080 


129 Russell Street 




Waltham, Massachusetts 
TW 3-7792 


Compliments 
of 




J. T. B. 


//lm dM Mai cAM^c fa,: 

(J Compliments 
of 




A FRIEND 




J4jw 


' 


MASS BROKEN 


I) 




ATf 
Television & Radio Co. 


STONE CO. 


931 Main St. 
TW 3-6607 TW 3-3921 




FAULKNER'S 




685 Main St. 




Waltham, Mass. 

Paperbacks and School Supplies 


133 Boston Post Rd. 

Weston, Mass. 

TW 3-0489 


BANKS SQUARE 
FRUIT & PRODUCE 


979 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




TW 4-4707 





254 



Compliments 
of 



lf\viSSo ~^4rt studios 



EST. 1900 



COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Photographers since 1900 



TW4-4881 



255 



256 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 

CLASS OF 1965 

from 



THE SKI CLUB 



of 
WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 





"Your Favorite Yarn Store" 




CONGRESS TEXTILE CO. 




102 School St. 


ARTISAN 
INDUSTRIES, INC. 


TW 3-7722 






CHESTER ILLSLEY 




"TEXACO" PRODUCTS 


73 Pond Street 


825 Main Street 


Waltham 54, Massachuetts 






Affiliates of: 
ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 


RED CROSS 
PHARMACY 


HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 
THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 
METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 


S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 
737 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 


KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 


TW 4-0034 


See Us First 




IDEAL CLEANERS 




581 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 
Pick Up — Delivery 




TW 34625 Serving: Watertown 
Weston, Lincoln, Waltham, Newton 


Compliments 
of 


Compliments of 


RODERICK J. O'NEIL 




Optometrist 
TWinbrook 4-2444 657 Main St. 

Waltham, Mass. 


NEWAL INC. 




Waltham Division 
Established 1850 




ESSEX 




"The Store That Has More" 




FOR DAD AND LAD 


221 Crescent Street 


336 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-0230 


Waltham, Massachusetts 
TW 3-4000 





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DODGE-TOWN FAMILY MOTORS 

Compact Dodge Dart — Standard Size Dodge 

Dodge Monaco — Big Dodge 880 — Dodge Trucks 

1st Choice Used Cars 

2 1 Main Street : : WALTHAM : Route 20 on the Waltham-Watertown Line 

Phone TWinbrook 3-1856 



JAMES E. REGAN, 
Realtor 

Real Estate and Insurance 




PHONE 893-1 181 

100 Hammond Street 
Waltham 34, Massachusetts 



LEW'S FASHION SHOPPE 

"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 

377 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 



METROPOLITAN 
PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

LEONARD DUBIN, B.S. Reg. Pharm. 

TW 4-2146 



HAMILTON'S JENNEY STATION 

786 Lexington St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-9628 



FLYNN & FLYNN 

411 Main St., Waltham 
TW 3-3610 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
AUTOMOTIVE CORP. 

2 1 5 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



258 



DEUTSCH VEREIN 



Den Absolventen des Jahres 1965 die Besten Wunsche 
und viel Erfolg auf den Lebensweg, und das sie nie das 
Wichdigste vergessen mbgen — Achtung fur Ihre Mitmen- 
schen und Verstandnis fur Ihre Kleinen Schwachen. 



259 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 
CO., INC. 



Contractors — Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 



NICKERSON & HILLS 

Paint Service Center 

Paints- — Art Supplies — Wallpapers 
917 Main Street, Waltham 



MAY'S BAKERY 

World's Most Progressive Bakery 

571 Main St. 

Wartham, Mass. 



260 



PLE4SAN1 STRFiCT 



JOSEPH A. DIMIUA, Proprietor 

DODGE. DART AND SIMCA 

StUl «nd Same* 




a/uiqe 



1000 rf«.un* S*. . . hlmofrt, Man. 
On Rout. 60 



Compliments 
of 

ATLANTIC BUSINESS FORMS 




TELEPHONE: TWINBROOK 9-4SC0 



CABLES: AUTOSPORT WALTHAM 



HIGH PERFORMANCE CARS, INC. 



90 LINDEN STREET, WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



SALES 



SERVICE 



SPECIALIST MODIFICATIONS 




AUSTIN-HEALEY 



TURNER 



ALEXANDER CONVERSIONS 



«a»"«< 



TWINBROOK MOTORS, Inc. 



UMOll CMTIMITM 




&*''■ - 



97 Linden St. WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 
HENRY BROWN 
President Telephone 893-7197 



S*ic '<* HAIRDRtSEING S1UDI0 



TELEPHONE 
TW 3-9464 



40 WARREN ST. 
WALTHAM 



NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 

659 Main St., Waltham 



Tel. 893-8711 

"We're Not Satisfied Unless You Are" 

WARREN BARBER SHOP 

3 Barbers — No Waiting 
42 WARREN STREET WALTHAM 1 54, MASS. 



SHAW'S ATLANTIC 
SERVICE STATION 



487 Main St. 



Waltham 



TW 3-9828 



Srj 



TEL. TW 3-0454 

BENNET R. O'NEIL 

Guild Optician 

742 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBRARY 



Compliments 
of 

W-201 



261 



Compliments of 

COMPO 

SHOE MACHINERY 

CORPORATION 

125 Roberts Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1965 


Compliments 
of 

GENERAL 

BAKING 

COMPANY 


Compliments 
of 

SYLVANIA 
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 

Government Systems Management 

for 
General Telephone & Electronics 


WALTHAM 
FLOOR COVERING, INC. 

FLOOR COVERING CENTER 
KITCHEN PLANNING CENTER 

433 and 437 Moody Street, Waltham 
TWinbroolc 4-0616; 4-5700 



^ 



Compliments 
of 

S-II5 


Congratulations 
From 

S-215 


Good Luck 
From 

W-109 


Best Wishes 
From 

W-105 


Best Wishes 
From 

S-312 


Congratulations 
From 

S-214 


Compliments 
of 

S-107 


Best of Luck 
From 

W-IIO 


Compliments 
of 

W-203 


Good Luck 
From 

W-108 



263 



National Honor 


Society 1965 


Faculty Advisor 


Mr. Belliveau 


Honorary President ... 


Stanley Zwirbla 


President 


Andrew Crane 


Vice-President 


Edward May 


Secretary 


- Irene Restieri 


Treasurer 


Paul St. Armand 


William Alper 


Marianne Manzon 


Raymond Bamford 


Peter Martocchio 


Jacquelyn Bishop 


Edward May 


Catherine Bradbury 


Douglas Morash 


Daniel Bradley 


Thomas McFarland 


Donna Chakalis 


Maureen McHugh 


Warren Chase 


Patricia Noble 


Fred Ciaramaglia 


June O'Leary 


Bonita Cohn 


Teresa Olivo 


Patricia Cooke 


Barbara Peterson 


Andrew Crane* 


Susan Poison 


Marie Daly 


Priscilla Queen 


Frances Deary 


Catherine Quinn 


Ronald DeMello 


Bonnie Reasor 


Linda DiGregorio 


Timothy Reed 


Judith Dozois 


Irene Restieri 


Barbara Fume 


Carol Rodes 


Patricia Girolamo 


Deborah Rose 


Judith Griffin 


Paul St. Armand 


Mary Hansberry 


Laila Salo 


Peter Hardy 


Katherine Saro 


Diane Hargreaves 


Betty Scheinfeldt 


William Herrick 


Wendy Slater 


Drew Jackson 


Caren Smelledge 
Brenda Smith 


Kathryn King 


Susan Sparks 


Claire Kirley 


George Swift 


Josephine Klarmann 


Susan VanderWyk 


Ethan Kra 


Rosarie Vasile 


John Krol 


Linda Voutour 


Ruth Lamport 


Alberto Velella 


Anne-Marie LeBlanc 


Barbara Vigue 


Donald Lesuer 


Janet Wencis 


Faith Luder 


Judith Zaccagnini 




Barbara Zalinskas 


Mary Lea Mabie 




Stanley 


Zwirbla 



264 



The Editors and Staff 
of 




Week -At 



am 




extend 



Their very best Wishes 

to 

THE CLASS OF 1965 



265 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 



Best Wishes 
From 

ROOM W-II2 



Congratulations 
From 

ROOM W-206 



Best of Luck 
From 

ROOM W-209 



Best Wishes From 

THE FRENCH CLUB 



Don # t Forget 
Patronize MIRROR Advertisers 



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